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Two had licences revoked for speeding

Two people who appeared in the District ‘A’ Traffic Court this week on separate charges had their licences suspended for a year. Ondre Waithe of #1 Harvester Close, Marchfeild, St Philip pleaded guilty before Magistrate Graveney Bannister to exceeding the speed limit of 80 kilometres per hour and driving at a speed of 105 kilometres […]

Freighter fined for drug possession

Freighter fined for drug possession

A 24-year-old freighter has one month to come up with $2,500 if he wants to avoid spending time at Her Majesty’s Prison Dodds. Tevin Gregory Dwayne Jack of White Hall #3, St Michael pleaded guilty to unlawful possession, possession with intent to supply, cultivation and having a trafficable quantity of cannabis, as well as possession […]

Cashier charged with stealing $28,000

Cashier charged with stealing $28,000

A cashier was granted bail Friday after appearing in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court charged with stealing $28,000 in cash belonging to Earl Davis. Janila Eshe Willoughby of Kendal Hill, Christ Church is accused of committing the act on April 14, 2017. The 28-year-old woman was not required to plead to the indictable charge when she […]

Bad ride

Bad ride

Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant Friday put taxi men operating at Independence Square, The City on notice after two of their colleagues made an appearance in court. Sheldon Dwayne Moore, 36, of Valley Land, St George appeared before the magistrate in the District ‘A’ Criminal Court Thursday accused of using the threatening words “I would barely come and blow […]

Wharton on remand for 28 days

A St George man has began a 28-day stay on remand at HMP Dodds on firearm and other charges. Kemar Stephen Romel Wharton of #34 Buckley Meadows, St George was not required to plead to the indictable charge of possessing a firearm on April 13 without a valid licence to do so. However, when he […]

Deceased ex cop hailed

Members of the legal fraternity Wednesday paid tribute to former police officer, public prosecutor and public counsel Eli Edwards who passed away last Thursday after battling cancer. Madam Justice Michelle Weekes paid homage to the man many described as a friend and dedicated worker in the No.2 Supreme Court. Justice Weekes told the sitting she had […]

Snaggs could not stay out of trouble

Snaggs could not stay out  of trouble

When Jason Anthony Snaggs appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick some two-weeks ago, he was granted his freedom and warned to keep out of trouble. However, the 31-year-old of Villa Road, Brittons Hill, St Michael resident found himself back in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court recently, and, as a result, will spend the next 15 months […]

Accused church thief gets bail

A young man who has been on remand since last year accused of stealing from a church was Wednesday released on $9,000 bail with one surety after the prosecution withdrew its objection. Jamal Shane Quintyne of Grazettes Main Road, St Michael is charged with entering the New Testament Church of God on Bank Hall, St Michael […]

Bail revoked

Bail revoked

Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant Wednesday revoked the bail of a 27-year-old man after he appeared in her No.2 District ‘A’ Criminal Court on a second charge in less than 24 hours. “Yesterday I granted you bail . . . because the court was not interested in remanding you. I told you to come back with your father […]

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