Police Updates; Missing Motor Cycle
ZIZ News…28th May 2013 — Jaqueline Edingborough of Caunt Street, Newtown was formally charged for House Breaking with Intent which was allegedly committed on 20th May 2013.
Michael Jacobs of Upper Market Street was formally charged for Wounding which was allegedly committed on 20th May 2013 at the Ferry Terminal, Basseterre.
Craig Richardson and Shiniqua Cannonier of Camps Village were formally charged for Possession of Cannabis, Possession of Cannabis with intent to supply, and Cultivation of Cannabis which were allegedly committed on 23rd May 2013 at Camps Village.
|Michael Jacobs||Craig Richardson||Shiniqua Cannonier|
Kyle Webbe and Estevan Lawrence both of Upper Monkey Hill were formally charged for Wounding and Battery which were allegedly committed on 22nd May 2013 and 24th May 2013 at Upper Monkey Hill.
Kevon Gordon of Upper Monkey Hill was formally charged for Armed with an offensive weapon committed on 24th May 2013 at Upper Monkey Hill.
|Kyle Webbe||Estevan Lawrence||Kevon Gordon|
Natasha Williams of Conaree Village was formally charged for five (5) counts of Forgery and five (5) counts of False Pretence which were allegedly committed on 6th February 2013 in Basseterre.
Anthony Coker of Back Street, Dieppe Bay was formally charged for Being Drunk in a Public Place to the effect of Obstructing the Free Flow of Traffic which was allegedly committed on 25th May 2013.
Vaughan Osborne of Conaree was formally charged for Unlawful Possession.
|Natasha Williams||Anthony Coker||Vaughan Osborne|
In other news…The Traffic Department is investigating a report of a missing blue and black Suzuki motor cycle, PA 5588. Initial investigation revealed that the motor cycle was parked at Bird Rock on Friday 24th May 2013 and was discovered missing on Saturday 25th May 2013.
Anyone who has any information pertaining to this investigation is asked to call the Traffic Department at 465-2241 Ext. 264, the nearest Police Station, or Crime Stoppers at 1-880-8477. Remember your information will be treated as confidential, and you may be eligible to receive a reward.