An 18-year-old student received high praise from a Bridgetown magistrate when he reappeared in the Bridgetown Traffic Court yesterday.
As a result of performing 240 hours of community service efficiently and way ahead of schedule, Tyler Legall now has no traffic conviction recorded against his name.
Legall, of #9, 2nd Avenue, Club Morgan, Christ Church, admitted to four traffic offences when he appeared before Magistrate Graveney Bannister earlier this year.
Taking into account that Legall was a tertiary-level student, community service was set to begin on July 1 and end by September 15.
Legall, however, made light of it and returned to the court yesterday, having completed his assignment at the Sanitation Service Authority mechanical workshop.
Not only that, but according to Community Service Officer Othneil Kellman, the workshop supervisor Stephen Fagan complimented the teenager on his regular attendance and punctuality, and described him as having “executed all tasks in an efficient manner.”
Legall began his assignment on February 9 and ended on March 27.
Magistrate Bannister yesterday congratulated the young man and wished him well. After questioning him about his future plans, he also encouraged the Legall to continue his studies both locally and overseas.