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Over 300 illegal connections removed in St. Catherine

Jamaica Public Service Company Limited | 2013-09-23 00:00:00

JPS is reporting that crews carrying out anti-theft operations in St. Catherine recently,  have removed over 320 illegal connections from the JPS infrastructure.  The communities in which the teams were carrying out operations included Bog Walk, Nollis, Caymanas Bay and Glades, Orange Field, Cotton Piece, and the Dunbeholden/Portmore Lane area.  Four persons have been summoned to appear in court, including the operators of  2 bars and a cook shop.

While further afield in Manchester, JPS teams undertaking early morning operations in the New Kendal community, removed a total of 75 throw-ups.  Four persons were also arrested for the illegal abstraction of electricity.

JPS is appealing to persons, to avoid the consequences of arrest, including a bad police record. The public is being reminded that the Company is eager to work with non-regularized persons, to help meet their energy needs.  Persons who are not regularized should go to the nearest Customer Service Office to make arrangements to do so.


Posted By :Audrey Williams

Company Name : Jamaica Public Service Company Limited

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Company Address : 6 Knutsford Boulevard

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