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Third man charged with City shooting

A third man has been charged in connection with last Friday’s shooting near the Fairchild Street Bus Terminal which has left Rashawn Alexander hospitalized in critical condition. Shaquon Joseph, 17, of Hinds Gap, Halls Road, St Michael, was remanded to prison when he appeared in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court today. He was charged with using […]

Man jailed for ‘pain medicine’

A Greenfield, St Michael resident will spend the next year at HMP Dodds after he threw in the towel yesterday. Acting Magistrate Alliston Seale has sentenced Noel Leon DaCosta Agard, 32, to two six-month terms. He was also handed another six-month sentence after it was noted that a $2,000 fine imposed on him by Magistrate […]

Another teenager faces gun charges

A 16-year-old was remanded when he appeared in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court on gun and ammunition charges today. Roshawn Romario Gibbs of 3rd Avenue Wilkinson Road, Richmond Gap, St Michael was not required to plead to the February 8 charge that he had an unlicensed gun and one round of ammunition. Gibbs’ third charge […]

Husband accused of assaulting wife

A St Michael man was granted $500 personal bail after he admitted to assaulting his wife on January 14. However, Magistrate Douglas Frederick ordered Colin Andrew Carew to return to court today with a surety, which he did. Carew resides at 2nd Avenue Grazettes, St Michael but his wife is currently overseas. According to the […]

Man charged with near $1 million jewellery heist

A 26-year-old man appeared before Chief Magistrate Pamela Beckles at the Oistins Magistrates’ Court today, charged with stealing almost $1 million worth of jewellery from a Christ Church hotel. Rommel Jamal Small, of no fixed place of abode, is charged that sometime between January 3 and 10 this year, he entered the Butterfly Beach Hotel as […]

Minor charged

A 15-year-old student was remanded to the Government Industrial School today after being charged in connection with last Friday’s shooting on Fairchild Street, The City that left one man injured. Meantime, 20-year-old Gary Ian Williams, who was charged in connection with the same incident, was remanded to prison. The minor, whose matter was heard in […]

Peacemaker gets to leave prison

A man who was behind bars on remand for five years, after being caught with guns he said he took from some men to stop a dispute, finally went home today. Deandre Nathaniel Bailey, of Lot 19 Gall Hill, Cane Vale New Road, Christ Church, was allowed to go when Justice Randall Worrell told him […]

Go-ahead

Government has failed it in its effort to block a group of landowners from challenging its acquisition of property in Six Men’s, St Peter 18 years ago. Mount Six Men’s Company Limited, owned by the Broome family, is appealing a 2006 High Court decision not to give back land compulsorily acquired by Government in 1997. […]

Woman reprimanded for mosquito breeding offence

One of the two people recently charged with knowingly breeding mosquitos on their properties has been reprimanded and discharged for the offence. When she appeared in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court today, Margaret Manning pleaded guilty to having containers of stagnant water on her Perseverance Drive, Canewood Road, Jackson, St Michael property, which were breeding […]