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Fraud accused remanded to jail

Fraud accused remanded to jail

A 25-year-old man, charged with a number of fraud offences, has been remanded to Dodds prison for the next 28 days. Aaron Francisco Joseph, of Baycroft Road, St Michael, is accused of issuing to the Barbados Workers’ Union Cooperative Credit Union a forged CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank cheque in the name of Stephen Roach on […]

Visitor and ‘dealer’ answer for a spliff

Visitor and ‘dealer’ answer for a spliff

A 39-year-old Polish cruise visitor, who marred his “perfect” vacation when he tried to buy cannabis from a local, had to part with $300 today. “I am sorry for what I did, but it’s [also] hard to say sorry because I wanted to smoke some weed. I was on a beautiful beach, beautiful water, everything […]

DPP objects

DPP objects

Nothing less than a ten-year prison sentence will suffice! This was the contention today of Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Donna Babb-Agard, QC, as she made her submission in a million dollar case. Former clerical officer Anderson Ryan Ince, of Hannays Road, St Lucy, was found guilty by a nine-member jury last October of stealing […]

Alleged cell phone thief remanded

Alleged cell phone thief remanded

The long arm of the law did not bypass Kevin Ryan Cornibert , who had several outstanding warrants for his arrest. The 39-year-old Cornibert of Fairfield Cross Road, Tudor Bridge, St Michael was remanded to Dodds prison for the next 28-days when he appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick today, accused of stealing a mobile phone […]

Griffith remanded for assaulting his brother

Griffith remanded for assaulting his brother

An unhealthy sibling rivalry has landed Ryan Oneal Griffith of 2nd Avenue, Fairfield, St Michael on remand at HMP Dodds. The 42-year-old plumber went before Magistrate Douglas Frederick today charged with unlawfully and maliciously wounding his brother, Oriel Griffith, on May 31 last year, and assaulting him on December 21, and again on January 16 […]

Collymore denies criminal damage charge

Collymore denies criminal damage charge

A 59-year-old St Michael man facing a criminal damage charge was granted $2,500 bail today by a Bridgetown magistrate. Glyne Carlyle Collymore of Lower Bird Bill, Haggatt Hall is charged with damaging irrigation piping worth $1,422 belonging to Phillip Straker on January 7. He denied the charge. There was no objections to bail, and he […]

Holder barred from trading outside Popular supermarket

Holder barred from trading outside Popular supermarket

A vendor, who assaulted and pulled knife on a security guard at a local supermarket, must be on his best behaviour for the next six months. Kensna Cameron Gregory Holder of Mellows Hill, St Joseph must adhere to the bond imposed by Magistrate Douglas Frederick if he wants to avoid spending three months behind bars […]

Fake Fenty

Fake Fenty

PUMA merchandise, including Fenty by Rihanna items, on sale by Ouch Boutique were “definitely fakes”. That was the evidence of visiting PUMA trademark specialist, Louis Comvalius, as the case against the director of The City boutique, Grenville Ricardo Delpeache, began in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’’ Court, before Magistrate Graveney Bannister today. Delpeache, 44, of Passage […]

Scott denies stealing $2,000 from Crichlow

Scott denies stealing $2,000 from Crichlow

A St Michael man was released on bail this afternoon when he appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick charged with theft. Tristan Kemar Scott, of Military Road, Bush Hall, pleaded not guilty to stealing $2,000 belonging to Silvan Crichlow on November 23, 2017. Along with providing a surety, Scott was ordered to return to court on […]