Police Updates (January 20, 2015)

(ZIZ News) — Arrests

Slyvester Tyson of Phillip Village was formally arrested and charged for Possession of Cannabis, Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Supply and Cultivation of Cannabis, which were committed on 14th January 2015.

Eslie Lewis of Prickley Pear Alley was formally arrested and charged for Possession of Cannabis, which was committed on 15th January 2015.

Ricardo Williams of New Road was formally arrested and charged for Driving without a Valid Driver’s Licence and Driving When Not Covered by Insurance, which were committed on 15th January 2015.

Slyvester Tyson
Slyvester Tyson

Eslie Lewis
Eslie Lewis

Ricardo Williams
Ricardo Williams

 

Elvis Richardson of Four Seasons Resort was formally arrested and charged for Wounding, which was committed on 14th January 2015.

Nicholas Johnson of New Road was formally arrested and charged for Possession of Cannabis and Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Supply, which were committed on 16th January 2015.

Deaon Williams of Stone Fort Estate was formally arrested and charged for Possession of Cannabis, Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Supply and Obstruction under the Drug Act, which were committed on 16th January 2015.

Elvis Richardson
Elvis Richardson

Nicholas Johnson
Nicholas Johnson

Deaon Williams
Deaon Williams

 

Meanwhile: Devon Jeffers of Carty Alley, Newtown was convicted for Simple Larceny, which was committed on 2nd June 2013 and was fined $5000.00 to be paid in three (3) months and also ordered to pay $150.00 as restitution or in default serve twelve (12) months imprisonment.

Terrance Kelly of Saddlers Village was convicted for Simple Wounding, which was committed on 1st March 2014 at Warner Park and was fined $500.00 forthwith or in default serve five (5) months imprisonment.

Eugene Davis of Newton Ground was convicted for Carrying Abroad An Offensive Weapon, which was committed on 3rd March 2014 and Beating, which was committed on 20th March 2013 and was fined $300.00 for the Carrying Abroad An Offensive Weapon, to be paid by 31st January or in default serve thirty (30) days imprisonment and for Battery charge, he was fined $400.00 to be paid by 31st January 2015 or in default serve one (1) month imprisonment.

Ruben Govia of Molyneaux was convicted of Battery and Threat, which were committed on 26th June 2014 and was fined $300.00 for each charge to be paid by 31st January 2014 or in default serve thirty (30) days imprisonment for each charge.

In other news: Officers of Dieppe Bay Police Station responded to a report of a traffic accident that occurred along the Island Main Road at Dieppe Bay in the vicinity of Cooper’s Bat on 14th January 2015 at around 12:55am. Initial investigation reveals that Motor Pick Up P370 owned and driven by Raziel Paris of Cunningham Village, Cayon and accompanied by Leon Charles of Upper Cayon and Shadeck Johnson of Lodge Project, was travelling from St. Pauls to Dieppe Bay, when the driver lost control of the vehicle at the location mentioned, which resulted in the car being flipped over. The driver sustained serious injuries and was transported to JNF Hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries. The other occupants of the said vehicle, sustained minor injuries and were issued medical forms.

On 15th January 2015 at around 8:40pm, Officers of Traffic Department responded to a report made of traffic accident which occurred along the Island Main Road of Lodge Project in the vicinity of the National Bank ATM. Initial investigation reveal that Motor car PA3300 owned by Government and driven by Valentine Kelly was travelling east to west and when Motor Car PA6658 owned by Alva Thompson of Cabbage Tree Project but driven by Ian Samuel of Hermitage Extension, Cayon collided into the rear. The driver of PA3300 was injured and taken to Molyneaux Hospital for treatment. One Medical form was issued to the driver of PA3300. Damages and explanations were recorded.

Also: An autopsy was performed on 14th January 2015 by Dr Nunez, on the body of the late Elroy alone of Willette’s Project, St Pauls. It was concluded that the cause of death was due to trauma to the head and chest. It was also requested to have another autopsy done by the Forensic Pathologist.

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