An outspoken local consumer organisation head could be headed to court to face criminal charges.
Director-General of the Barbados Consumer Research Organisation, Malcolm Gibbs-Taitt, has been warned by police of intended prosecution on three separate charges.
Police Public Relations Officer, Inspector David Welch told Barbados TODAY, this evening, that the charges, which could come by summons relate to criminal damage, assault and discharging a firearm in a public place.
Welch said the pending charges stemmed from a traffic accident which occurred late last week in the Richmond, St. Michael area. Reports said the accident involved a car and a motorcycle. (EJ)
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