Crichlow held at bus stop with guns and ammo

Four years after his arrest, Ackeem Jabarr Crichlow, of Farm Road, St Philip, has pleaded guilty in the High Court to having a .38 revolver, a 1.38 pistol and seven rounds of ammunition on October 9, 2013.

Police, acting on a tip off,  had gone to Winsor Lodge, St Michael, where they saw Crichlow and his co-accused at a bus stop.

During a search of the two men, the guns, including one that was wrapped in a sock, were discovered in plastic bags in a haversack, which Crichlow was carrying on his back.

“Officer, I now find that in The Ivy,” he said, when asked whether he was a holder of a valid firearm licence.

He was taken into lawful custody, but when told of his rights to an attorney, Crichlow reportedly said: “I don’t want no lawyer . . . you catch me with them in my bag.”

Attorney-at-law Ajamu Boardi is representing Crichlow, who is not known to the court, while Senior Crown Counsel Olivia Davis is prosecuting the case.

The accused man returns before Madam Justice Jacqueline Cornelius in the No.5 Supreme Court on November 27 when his presentencing report is to be issued.

9 Responses to Crichlow held at bus stop with guns and ammo

  1. Jean-Marc Cozier
    Jean-Marc Cozier November 17, 2017 at 11:20 pm

    Barbados today , I suggest you get a proof reader to edit before you post , at the beginning of the article it’s stated that the accused was charged in 2013 , then at the bottom it states he’s not known to the courts

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    • Henderson Yarde
      Henderson Yarde November 17, 2017 at 11:32 pm

      Jean.Marc he was charge for the said matter in 2013. Prior to that he had no other charges hence the reason for the article stating he was unknown to the court.

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    • harry turnover November 18, 2017 at 6:43 am

      Jean Marc you is a IDIOT from the top floor…go and stan on a chair at the back of the class till elections are called.
      I suggest YOU get someone to advise you when and what to write in future.

      Reply
  2. Skilnic Skyy
    Skilnic Skyy November 17, 2017 at 11:28 pm

    Hello…you are only referred to as ‘known to the court’ if you have convictions. Nothing wrong with the article

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  3. Angus Benn
    Angus Benn November 18, 2017 at 12:26 am

    Someone told him to plead guilty .

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  4. Michael Crichlow
    Michael Crichlow November 18, 2017 at 12:29 am

    Lol lol

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  5. Tom Tom November 18, 2017 at 2:44 am

    Jean Marc-Cozier like he went to school in August though…smh!!!

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  6. Donild Trimp November 18, 2017 at 2:14 pm

    @Jean-Marc Cozier
    There is nothing wrong with the article.

    You are not too bright.

    Reply
  7. jrsmith November 18, 2017 at 2:51 pm

    This case took 4 years to be tried ………….This is waste of tax payers money , he should be out and wearing an electronic tag….

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