The Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) has turned the spotlight on the community of Zambia in Central Village, St. Catherine in its latest clampdown on electricity theft. In a statement Monday night, the JPS said it is on a drive to get the residents regularised as only 22 of the 300 households had legal supply. The utility company said it was forced to spend $4 million to replace four transformers in the community more than two weeks ago. The JPS pointed out that the transformers were overloaded and destroyed by scores of illegal connections. The JPS is appealing to the residents to desist from tampering with its infrastructure and start the process of regularisation.