PSV driver remanded to prison for no-show

A PSV driver will spend the weekend at HMP Dodds for failing to make several scheduled appearances in court.

Court marshals brought in Damian Bradshaw of Woodstock Road, Spooners Hill, St Michael before Magistrate Douglas Frederick yesterday.

He is accused of committing several traffic offences, which are currently before the District ‘A’ Traffic Court. However, he failed to attend court on his given dates and several warrants were issued for his arrest.

“I don’t know anything about warrants. I does work every day,” Bradshaw said when he appeared in court. “But I know the one about the High Court.”

Having been remanded to the St Philip penal institution, Bradshaw will make an appearance in the High Court on July 3 and the Traffic Court a day later.

4 Responses to PSV driver remanded to prison for no-show

  1. Mark My Word July 1, 2017 at 8:46 am

    The lost Generation

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  2. Keith Forde
    Keith Forde July 1, 2017 at 8:54 am

    THE AUTHORITIES GOT TO SEND A STRONG MESSAGE TO THE P.S.V DRIVERS,THAT THEM AINT TOLERATING ANY STUPIDNESS…JUST TAKE AWAY THEIR LICENSE FOR 6 MONTHS,SO THAT WOULD FEEL THE CONSEQUENCES.

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  3. hcalndre July 1, 2017 at 9:01 am

    Speaking about traffic that would be affected on the ABC and Spring Garden H`way for 5 weeks to mark the crossings is what you call daylight, highway robbery of the taxpayers money. I have seen Parkways, streets and avenues wider and longer by miles that was done in days, but when a painter bending over with a 2 inch brush, what can you expect? What I see in the picture, that would be less that 10 minutes and traffic would be rolling.

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  4. Keith Forde
    Keith Forde July 1, 2017 at 9:11 am

    THE REASON MANY OF THESE DRIVERS DONT FACE THE LAW COURTS,BECAUSE BIG-UPS IN BARBADOS WITH HUGE CONNECTIONS TO LAW FRATERNITY

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