(ZIZ News) — Arrest
K’wannii Liburd of Maynard Street, Ponds Pasture was formally arrested and charged for Refusing To Give Name and Making Use of Indecent Language, which were committed on 1st October 2014.
Basseterre Magistrate’s Court
Phillip Matthew was convicted of Driving without Seat Belt which was committed on 1st September 2014, and fined $200.00 which is to be paid in seven (7) days or in default will serve seven (7) days in prison.
Jermaine Tota of Mansion was convicted for Driving Off Route which was committed on 3rd March 2014, and fined $100.00 which is to be paid within fourteen (14) days or in default will serve seven (7) days in prison.
Michael Lucius was convicted for the offence of Driving without Due Care and Attention which was committed on 8th September 2014, and fined $350.00 which is to be paid in seven (7) days or in default will serve seven (7) days in prison.
Pedestrian Struck by Moving Vehicle
The Traffic Department is investigating a traffic accident which occurred on Wednesday 2nd October 2014 along the Bay Road, Newtown which resulted in a pedestrian being transported to the hospital.
Initial investigation revealed that motor van P2493 owned by Royal Beach Casino and driven by Lyndon Frazer of Old Road was travelling West to East along the Bay Road, Lyndon Frazer turned left onto Sandy Down Road and collided with the pedestrian, Davina Maynard of Lime Kiln.
Constable Avis Shermel Cannonier Laid To Rest
On 2nd October 2014, members of The Joint Security Services, Customs, St. Kitts and Nevis Fire and Rescue Services, Her Majesty’sPrison, Island Constables, and the general public came out in numbers to show their love and support to Constable Avis Shermel Cannonier at her funeral services held at the Word of Life New Testament Church of God in Basseterre. Also attending the funeral service were His Excellency,Governor General Sir Edmond Lawrence; The Right Honourable Prime Minister Dr Denzil L. Douglas, Her Excellency Ambassador Mrs. Astona Browne, Commissioner of Police C. G. Walwyn, and Deputy Commissioner of Police Stafford Liburd.
Commissioner C G Walwyn in his tribute thanked Mrs. Carlene Stanley, the mother of Constable Cannonier for allowing her to be a part of The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force. He also informed the gathering that Constable Cannonier was a good officer and that she served People of the Federation with honor and dignity.
Constable Cannonier was eulogized with full military honors.