FBI investigating Nevis robbery of US Supreme Court justice

first_img Tweet 16 Views   no discussions US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Bryer. Photo credit: get-lawyers.comCHARLESTOWN, Nevis — The US Federal Bureau of Investigation has sent at least one agent to Nevis to investigate last week’s armed robbery of US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer at his vacation home on the island, a law enforcement official said on Tuesday.Breyer, 73, and his wife were robbed by an intruder who broke into their home last Thursday. The machete-wielding intruder took about $1,000 in cash and no one was hurt, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said.Meanwhile, Nevis premier Joseph Parry said in a local radio interview on Tuesday that he visited Breyer at his home last Friday, the day after the robbery took place. Parry also asked for help from witnesses with any information about the incident.By Caribbean News Now contributor Sharing is caring! NewsRegional FBI investigating Nevis robbery of US Supreme Court justice by: – February 15, 2012center_img Share Share Sharelast_img read more