One person arrested and two convicted on a charge of Praedial Larceny

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ZIZ News…Jan 30, 2013 — Praedial larceny was highlighted as the Police makes arrest and gain convictions at the Magistrate Court. Praedial larceny is the theft of agricultural produce or livestock from a farm or estate.

Allister Carey of Saddler’s Village was formally charged for the offence of Praedial Larceny which was committed on 24th January 2013.

Meanwhile, at the Magistrate court Gary Webster of Parson Village was convicted for the offences of Praedial Larceny and Throwing Missiles which were committed on 28th June 2012 at Parson. For the charge of Praedial Larceny, he was fined $500.00 which is to be paid by 15th February 2013 or in default will serve thirty (30) days in prison with hard labour. For Throwing Missiles, he was fined $300.00 which is to be paid by 15th February 2013 or in default will serve thirty (30) days in prison with hard labour.

And Sheldon Francis of Parsons was convicted for the offences of Praedial Larceny and Assault, which were committed on 28th June 2012 at Parsons. He was fined $500.00 for each charge which is to be paid by 15th February 2013 or in default will serve thirty (30) days in prison with hard labour.

In other Police news, Ricky Seegobin of Thompson Street, Ponds Pasture was formally charged for the offence of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol which was committed on 26th January 2013.

Rashedi Thomas of Pine Garden, Shadwell Estate was formally charged for the offence of Unlawful Possession of one iPhone which was committed on 23rd January 2012.

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Elston Daniel of Cayon was formally charged for the offence of Larceny which was committed on 13th November 2012.

Also convicted at the District B Magistrate Court was Jason Bradshaw of Parson Ground who was convicted for the offence of Throwing Missiles committed on 28th June 2012 at Parson, and fined of $300.00 which is to be paid by 15th February 2013 or in default will serve thirty (30) days in prison.

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