Victor charged with eight traffic offences

courtA 32-year-old St Michael labourer has pleaded not guilty to eight traffic offences.

Denver Victor of Jemmotts Lane, St Michael entered the plea when he appeared in the District ‘A’ Traffic Court before Magistrate Graveney Banister today.

According to the police charge sheet, Victor had no road tax for his vehicle S1024; the car was not insured; not registered with the Licensing Authority and carried fraudulent licence plates.

Furthermore, Victor did not have a driver’s licence authorizing him to drive a motor vehicle of the class and description; had failed to “draw up” his motor vehicle as close as possible to the left side of the road and to stop upon hearing a police siren. He also did not have two headlamps in the front on the vehicle and used Sobers Lane in a manner that was dangerous to the public.

The offences occurred on July 4, in the area of Tudor Street.

Victor was granted $2,500 bail with one surety and is expected to return to court on July 18.

One Response to Victor charged with eight traffic offences

  1. Sharon Woolley
    Sharon Woolley July 6, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    What a moron, bail should have been double


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