(ZIZ News) — Court Convictions
Basseterre Magistrate’s Court
Shevy Dunrod of West Farm was convicted for Larceny which was committed on 8th April 2014 at Rams Supermarket, and was reprimanded and discharged.
Kelsey Davis of Lower Monkey Hill was convicted for Careless Driving, Driving without Insurance, and Driving without a Valid and Unexpired Licence which were committed on 23rd November 2014. He was fined $400.00 for Careless Driving which is to be paid in four (4) months or in default will serve two (2) months in prison, $500.00 for Driving Without Insurance which is to be paid four (4) months or in default will serve three (3) months in prison, and $400.00 for Driving Without a Valid and an Unexpired Driver’s Licence which is to be paid in four (4) months or in default will serve two (2) months in prison.
Jevon Hamilton of Bradshaw Avenue, St. Paul Village was formally charged and cautioned for Possession of Cannabis and Possession of Cannabis With Intent To Supply, which were committed on Friday 6th February 2015.
One Person Injured in Traffic Accident
An investigator at the Sandy Point Police Station is investigating a traffic accident which occurred at Cleverly Hill, Sandy Point yesterday (Sunday 8th February 2015 about 5:00pm), which resulted in one (1) person being transported to the hospital for medical attention.
Initial investigation revealed that the Rushel Tyson of Shadwell was travelling in a vehicle that was a part of the St. Kitts and Nevis Labour Party whistle stop. It was first reported to the Sandy Point Police Station that Rushel Tyson was struck by a motorcycle; however, she cannot give an account as to the circumstances surrounding her injuries.
Anyone who has any information pertaining to this incident is asked to call the Sandy Point Police Station, the nearest Police Station, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-8477 (TIPS). Remember, you do have to provide your personal information and you may be eligible to receive a reward.
Commissioner CG Walwyn therefore takes this opportunity inform the general public that the police have observed several violations of the Laws by several persons who participate in motorcades which are dangerous to motorist and pedestrians alike. Commissioner CG Walwyn therefore encourages persons who are participating in motorcades to drive responsibly and adhere to the Traffic Laws. The Commissioner also advised and encouraged passengers of the vehicles to refrain from sitting on the windows of the moving vehicles which is dangerous, projecting various body parts through the windows,and motorcyclist from maneuvering through the traffic at speeds exceeding pace of the flow of the motorcade.