Bail for four

St George men released on drug charges

Four Dash Valley, St George men, who are jointly charged with possession of a trafficable quantity of cannabis, were released on bail when they appeared in the No.1 District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court this afternoon.

Tito Ricardo Knight, 35, Chad Shakille Durham, 22, Shamar Tevin Orlando Prescod, 25, and Tristan Mikail Seal, 26, were not required to plead to the offence as the matter is to be transferred to the jurisdiction of District ‘B’.

Tito Ricardo Knight, Chad Shakille Durham, Shamar Tevin Orlando Prescod and Tristan Mikail Seal

It was alleged that on January 15, 2018, the four men had in their possession two and a half pounds of the illegal drug valued at $5,000.

Knight and Prescod also face additional drug offences, which were allegedly committed on the same date. Knight is accused of possessing 80 grammes of cannabis, valued at $400, while Prescod was alleged to have 65 grammes of the drug.

Magistrate Douglas Frederick released the men on $5,000 bail each and ordered them to present themselves at the District ‘B’ Magistrates’ Court on January 18, 2018, at which time they would be allowed to enter a plea.

4 Responses to Bail for four

  1. Paz Tiempo
    Paz Tiempo January 15, 2018 at 11:01 pm

    U know the jail burst off there is not enough space at the rate people geting remanded awaiting trail plus the people that have long sentences they have to build a new jail just now

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  2. Alex Alleyne January 16, 2018 at 3:12 pm

    DODDS should have some of the best baked bread/pastries in Barbados. With all the youngster going through the Iron-Gate , put them to work and make some MONEY off them. They go in , meet friends and plan the next job while eating out the TAX PAYER.

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  3. Belfast January 16, 2018 at 9:44 pm

    Average age 27. Once upon a time a 27-year-old man in Barbados would have completed an apprenticeship of some form and on the way to becoming a master of his trade.
    Many at this age were also working on contract in the USA, or working for London Transport, Lyons of the National Health Service in the UK, or enlisted in the British Army.
    Have we lost it?

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  4. Karma January 17, 2018 at 4:58 pm

    The police that raided the house stole $1500 and aint declare it. But if not returned by a certain time will be putting the video of the police taking up money at the raid but saying them aint got no money. This video will go on naked departure for the world to see. Cameras all over both visual and hidden wanna police too theifing and dishonest.

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