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After 39 convictions, Hunte tells court he wants to kick the habit

After 39 convictions, Hunte tells court he wants to kick the habit

A “well known shoplifter” who had 39 previous convictions failed to secure a reprieve today despite telling Magistrate Douglas Frederick he had been trying to kick the habit. Fifty-eight-year-old Anthony St Clair Hunte of Headley’s Land, Bank Hall, St Michael was sentenced to three months in jail after he admitted to attempting to steal two […]

Student on wounding charge gets bail

Student on wounding charge gets bail

An 18-year-old student was granted $2,500 bail today when he appeared in a Bridgetown Court on a wounding charge. Kemar Decoursey Bourne of Redmans Village, St Thomas is charged with unlawfully wounding Sharelle Wiltshire on September 1, an allegation he denied when he went before Magistrate Douglas Frederick. His case continues on February 5, 2018 […]

Not right

Not right

Due diligence must be adhered to when charging people for offences under the Firearms Act, Queens Counsel Andrew Pilgrim, has said. The outspoken lawyer’s comment came on the heels of Wednesday’s dismissal of a 2014 firearms charge against father and son Charles Mark Branch and  Dario Jean-luc Holder Branch, both of 1st Avenue Godding Road, […]

Cozier apologizes for having ‘stress reliever’

Cozier apologizes for having ‘stress reliever’

A St Michael teen who admitted to having “a little exotic weed” in his possession will have to complete 80 hours of community service if he wants to keep his criminal record clean. Romario Rohand Cozier of Waterhall Land, Eagle Hall was in the Black Rock area yesterday when police stopped him. Before a search […]

Man accused of threatening a pregnant woman

Man accused of threatening a pregnant woman

A 34-year-old man, who is alleged to have issued threatening words to a pregnant woman, has been warned to stay far away from her. Mormon Mormoninhah Scantlebury of Pounders Gap, Westbury Road, St Michael  allegedly told Natasha Bascombe-Bootman on September 20, “I gine down town and come back and juck [something] in your belly” which […]

Cleaner admits to stealing cellular phone

Cleaner admits to stealing cellular phone

A 25-year-old cleaner, who admitted to stealing a cellular phone from his workplace, has been ordered to complete 140 hours of community service. Dario Ruel Jaron Jackman of Kendal Hill, Christ Church pleaded guilty when he appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick to taking the $600 phone belonging to Shaun Hazell from an office on September […]

Stolen tiles

Stolen tiles

A 50-year-old watchman, who is accused of wounding another man, is expected to know his fate next week. Huey Peter Sylvanus Prime of Ashbury, St George allegedly committed the offence against Jarius Bynoe on September 11. The two had trading words on that day, with Bynoe subsequently being hit in the head and about the […]

Another man held for Kadooment Day shooting

Another man held for Kadooment Day shooting

Another St Michael man has been held in connection with the Kadooment Day shooting which claimed the life of 20-year-old Taried Rock and left several other people injured. Twenty-one-year-old Tosharo Ricardo Rouse of Murphy’s Pasture, Chapman Lane was today remanded to  HMP Dodds until October 18, after appearing before Magistrate Douglas Frederick accused of discharging […]

Son reaches out to ‘victim’ for help

Son reaches out to ‘victim’ for help

After spending the night in Dodds prison on a charge of assaulting his mother, 26-year-old Rico Kevin Prescod of 1st Avenue, Spring Garden, Black Rock was back in court this afternoon. However, Prescod was reduced to tears when for the second time in as many days he found himself in the docks with no one […]

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