Salesman charged with traffic offences
A 43-year-old salesman from St Michael has pleaded not guilty to a list of traffic offences.
Fabian Peter Cherubin, of Applegrove, Black Rock, entered the pleas when he appeared in the No. 2 District ‘A’ Court before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant Wednesday.
According to the police charge sheet, Cherubin had no valid licence to drive a motor vehicle of that class or description; no insurance for his vehicle; was not registered with the Licensing Authority; and carried fraudulent licence plates on the vehicle while on Deacons Road on October 11. He is also charged with committing the same offences on October 3, while at Dears Land.
Furthermore, Cherubin is accused of failing to adhere to a stop sign and driving the motorcar without due care and attention.
Also, while at an accident at Dears Land, Cherubin allegedly did not give his name and address, the name and address of the owner of the vehicle, or the name of the insurance company with which the vehicle was insured.
He is also accused of driving on the said road without reasonable consideration for others using the road.
Cherubin was grant $5 000 bail with one surety. On October 17, he will appear in the District ‘A’ Traffic Court where the matter was transferred.