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Cook stashes stolen meat in ceiling

Cook stashes stolen meat in ceiling

A 21-year-old cook, who stole fish and chicken from his workplace and stashed them in the ceiling, must complete 80 hours of community service if he wants to keep his criminal record clean. J’son Shamar Rudder, of Lot 11, Maynards, St Peter, was employed at Sugar Bay Barbados on October 21 when he went to […]

Deane steals bottle of gas and galvanise sheet

Deane steals bottle of gas and galvanise sheet

A 51-year-old man, of no fixed place of abode, will call HMP Dodds home for the next six months. Ronald Dacosta Deane pleaded guilty today before Magistrate Douglas Frederick to entering the home of Katrina Collymore, sometime between October 14 and 16, as a trespasser and stealing a $35 bottle of gas and a $55 […]

Guyanese man overstays his welcome

Guyanese man overstays his welcome

A Guyanese man, who claimed that he assaulted another man in self defence, has been handed over to immigration officials. Dheneshwar Bipat, who lived at Taylor’s Land, Bank Hall, St Michael, pleaded guilty today to assaulting Hamenauth Sarendrnauth on August 4, occasioning him actual bodily harm. Bipat had been on remand since his first appearance […]

Case adjourned

Case adjourned

The case against Acting Senior Superintendent of Police John Mark Annel, who is accused of committing six offences under the Firearms Act,  has been adjourned until March 1 next year. The 56-year-old of Kenrick Hutson Drive, Lucas Street, St Philip made his second appearance in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court today, after he was charged […]

Prince accused of damaging 19 church windows

Prince accused of damaging 19 church windows

A 24-year-old man, who allegedly damaged several church windows, has been remanded to Dodds prison for the next 28 days. Renison Issiah Prince, of Fairfield, Black Rock, St Michael, is accused of damaging 19 windows worth $38,055, belonging to St Mary’s Church. When he appeared before Magistrate Douglas Fredrick today in the No.1 District ‘A’ […]

Court pays tribute to deceased members of staff

Court pays tribute to deceased members of staff

Glowing tributes were paid this morning at a special sitting of the Supreme Court to three “fallen comrades” of the judicial system. The late Director of Public Prosecutions, Charles Leacock, QC; Queen’s Counsel Theodore Walcott and attorney-at-law Eli Edwards, all of whom passed away this year, were fondly remembered by several attorneys, including Acting Attorney […]

Stay-at-home dad must be on best behaviour

Stay-at-home dad must be on best behaviour

A 27-year-old stay-at-home dad must be on his best behaviour for the next six months if he wants to avoid spending three months at Dodds prison. Magistrate Douglas Frederick imposed the bond on Omar Anthony Monlondon of Perry Gap, Roebuck Street, St Michael today after he pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis. A quantity of […]

In wife’s defence

In wife’s defence

A 44-year-old man, who slapped a barman twice for allegedly making sexual advances to his wife, will know his fate next Friday. Alphonsa Claudius Philip Griffith, of Pearl View, Kingsland Terrace, Christ Church, admitted to unlawfully assaulting Greg Hackett on October 19, occasioning him actual bodily harm. Hackett, who is employed at a Dover, Christ […]

Morris owns up to his crime

Morris owns up to his crime

It was over a year ago that Derick Oneal Morris made local headlines after he escaped legal custody at the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court and made a dash for the streets. However, that freedom was short lived and today the Wildey, St Michael resident was brought before Madam Justice Michelle Weekes in the High Court […]

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