22 year old Trevor McFoy, accused along with a minor of executing a broad daylight robbery at River Valley Supplies Gas Station in Scotland Halfmoon, was granted Supreme Court bail today by Judge Troadio “John” Gonzales this morning. No application has been heard yet for the 17 year old minor charged with McFoy who is also on remand at the Wagners Youth Facility since he has been charged with robbery with a firearm earlier this week. McFoy was represented by attorney, Dickie Bradley who was able to secure bail for him in the sum of $8,000 plus one surety of the same amount or two sureties of $4,000 each. Unfortunately for him, up until 12 noon today, he was unable to meet his bail. The conditions to his bail is that he must attend all court dates at order by the Belize City Magistrate’s Court and he must report to the police station once a week and not be charged with any other offense whilst out on bail. On Tuesday, March 29, 2016 of this week, McFoy and a 17 year old high school student were charged jointly with robbery of the gas station. But in court since the charge sheet did not say the offense was committed with a firearm, Magistrate Rogers offered bail to the minor in the sum of $3,000 which he was about to post; but police detain him and took back he and McFoy to the station and made changes to their information and complaint form so the charge reads that the offense of robbery was committed with a firearm. With that no bail could be offered to either of the men. In the case of McFoy bail was automatically denied to him since the police allege that he was caught with a 9 mm pistol and ammunition after the robbery. Both McFoy and the minor is due back in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court on May 30, 2016.