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Camouflage pants costs man $150

A 41-year-old man must pay the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court $150 in two weeks if he wants to maintain a clean criminal record. When Emerson Delbert Victor of Jordan’s Land, Workmans, St George went before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant this week, he admitted to wearing camouflage clothing, in contravention of the law. According to prosecutor Sergeant […]

Cuffy admits to damaging tyre

An apparent feud between two postmen at the Worthing Post Office landed one of them before the law court today. Tyrone Carlton Cuffy, 41, of Lower Burney, St Michael was charged with damaging a tyre belonging to Dave Maughn on February 9. He admitted to the offence. Prosecutor Sergeant Janice Ifill told the District ‘A’ […]

Man fined, two granted bail on drug charges

Three men, including an uncle and a nephew, appeared before Chief Magistrate Christopher Birch today to face drug charges. They are: Zarico Rashaun Weekes, 19 and Steven Alan Weekes, 40, both of #58 Maxwell Plains, Christ Church; and Anthony Anderson Goddard, 53, of Harry Smith Road, Well House, St Philip. All three men pleaded guilty […]

29 charges

A landscaper who allegedly burglarized 29 homes between December 2015 and last month has been remanded to HMP Dodds. Shaquielle Alonza Payne of Charnocks, Christ Church is accused of breaking and entering 16 houses in the District ‘B’ area and another 13 in District ‘C’ over the more than one-year period. The 23-year-old who appeared […]

Time up!

Time up!

After nearly eight years at the helm of this country’s monetary authority, the Court of Appeal today gave clearance for Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler to show Dr DeLisle Worrell the door, as it rejected not one, but two appeals made by the Governor’s attorney for him to stay on at the Central Bank. The bitter […]

Teen on bond after burglary

An 18-year-old who was on remand at HMP Dodds for the past two weeks awaiting sentencing, was finally given his freedom by a Bridgetown magistrate Wednesday. However, if Joreon Revaldo Cumberbatch, of Yearwood Road, Black Rock, St Michael, wants to avoid going back to the St Philip based penitentiary, he will have to abide with […]

No address, no bail for Franklyn

No address, no bail for Franklyn

A 29-year-old assault accused was remanded to prison after he could not present someone to the No. 2 District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court who could verify where he would stay while out on bail. Antonio Ricardo Franklyn, who was listed on the police charge sheet as having no fixed place of abode, is accused of unlawfully […]

Thief outsmarted

Thief outsmarted

A convicted thief became a victim of another after the bicycle he stole was stolen from him. Richard McNeil Cheltenham, who has no fixed place of abode, confessed before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant Wednesday that he stole Trevor Clarke’s $999 bicycle sometime between February 17 and 18. The 50-year-old man also admitted to robbing Shernelle Walcott of […]

Two go free in separate cases

A St Michael man has been freed of two serious charges stemming from a shooting incident five years ago. Nico Akeem Rayside of Hinds Gap, Halls Road, St Michael was accused of wounding Jabarri Jackson with intent to maim, disfigure or disable him, or do him some serious bodily harm, on January 1, 2012. The […]

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