Thirty-two year old Jabari Michael Hurley was today remanded to Her Majesty’s Prisons Dodds after appearing in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court and the Traffic Court.
Hurley of Block 12K Farms Road, Deacons first appeared before Magistrate Graveney Bannister in the Traffic Court where he pleaded guilty to having a forged road tax disc; fraudulent use of registration plates; no third-party insurance; no road tax; failing to register a vehicle and no driver’s license.
He was fined $200 forthwith, or 20 days in prison for the offence of having no driver’s license.
He was also ordered to pay $750 forthwith or spend 75 days in prison for having no third party insurance and $475 forthwith or 47 days in prison for failing to pay road taxes.
Hurley was convicted, reprimanded and discharged for failing to register a vehicle and for fraudulent use of number plates.
The fines were not paid.
Hurley then appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick on multiple criminal charges.
These include unlawful possession of cannabis; unlawful possession of cannabis with intent to supply and trafficking of cannabis.
He will reappear in court on March 5.
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