Crichlow remanded to prison

Thirty-three-year-old Adesina Kijana Crichlow was remanded to prison when he appeared in court today charged with a number of firearm and drug offences.

Crichlow, of Brydens Avenue, Brittons Hill, St Michael, and Apartment # 6, Roumaika Court, Dayrells Road, Christ Church, committed the offences between January 6 and 10 this year at Collymore Rock, Dayrells Road, and Brittons Hill, St Michael.

Last Saturday, January 6, members of the police Anti-Gun & Gang Unit were conducting an operation at Collymore Rock when Crichlow was intercepted driving a motor van and found in possession of a firearm and two rounds of ammunition.

Investigations were conducted, and search warrants executed at his two residences where the drugs, as well as the additional firearms and ammunition were discovered.

As a result, Crichlow was arrested and charged with possession of nine firearms without a valid licence; possession of over 1,206 rounds of ammunition without a permit as well as possession, possession with intent to supply and trafficking of cannabis.

Crichlow, who is being represented by attorneys Romain Marshall and Angela Mitchell-Gittens, was remanded to prison until February 9, 2018.

7 Responses to Crichlow remanded to prison

  1. luther thorne January 13, 2018 at 12:43 pm

    The Thing about these jokers doing foolishness is that they do not feel that what they are doing is wrong
    PUBLIC FLOGGING for these Criminals is a MUST.

    • Carson C. Cadogan January 13, 2018 at 8:40 pm

      “”PUBLIC FLOGGING for these Criminals is a MUST.””

      That is cave man mentality!!!!

  2. Helicopter(8P) January 13, 2018 at 1:44 pm

    With that quantity of fire-power avalable at his discretion it would have taken Commissioner Griffith’s men at least four to six man hours to flush him out of his foxhole if it went the wrong way. Through the mercies of Jahova it did not happen that way. His intent was to be a winner come what may. Now back to basics; the Cat o’ nine tail is anxiously awaiting a call of service and duty in the “Broken Trident Land” as we try to come to grips with gun related violence and murder. All it takes is one round for one death at least that’s how I was taught as a Red Beret!

  3. Lionheart January 13, 2018 at 6:16 pm

    Good work by law enforcement. Drugs and guns are twin brothers, they are inseparable. Guns are not manufactured in Barbados. The police investigators should try to get him to divulge the source(s) of these guns and ammunitions. He should be stripped nude and then flogged in the public square. Flog him until he cries for mercy.

  4. Kammie Holder January 14, 2018 at 8:48 am

    Well done. How many members of the Customs or Police get honors yearly. Not all members are are under cover and identify must be hidden.

  5. Sonia Small
    Sonia Small January 15, 2018 at 6:24 am

    hahahahaha the hand signs boy car yuh ass tuh jail with that foolish name name suit just you

  6. Helicopter(8P) January 18, 2018 at 2:27 pm

    At $500 per round that’s quite a bit “mah boy”!


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