Two men were remanded to prison today after appearing in court on gun charges – one for having a Glock 23 pistol, the other for having a .9mm firearm.
Andrew Henry Mark Anthony Phillips, 36, of Rollins Road, Brittons Hill, St. Michael faced charges of having the Glock and 13 rounds of 40-caliber ammunition over the weekend.
Phillips was arrested in the early hours of Saturday in his neighbourhood.
He appeared in the District “A” Magistrate Court and was remanded until March 3, 2014.
The other gun accused – Michael Junior Brewster, 32, of Block 9E, Neptune Road, Deacons Farm, St Michael – was arrested and charged for having one .9mm automatic weapon and an assortment of bullets including M16, and .303 calibre ammunition.
He was also jointly charged with Kedar Andre Holloway, 29, of Block 2D Sunny Side Court, Deacons Fernihurst, St. Michael with two counts of aggravated burglary and one count of assault with intent to rob.
Holloway was also separately charged for robbery.
All three accused will reappear in court on March 3.
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