A 32-year-old St Michael man, who appeared before two different magistrates today charged with multiple offences, has been remanded to prison until March 5.
Jabari Michael Hurley, of Block 12K, Farm Road, Deacons Farm, first appeared before Magistrate Graveney Bannister in the District ‘A’ Traffic Court where he pleaded guilty to having no licence, no insurance, no registration, no road tax, and to fraudulently using the number plate MB1607 while on Goodland Main Road around 12:25 p.m. on January 31.
Sergeant Vernon Waithe said Hurley, who was being sought by police in connection with another investigation, was spotted exiting a junction just before he was arrested for the aforementioned offences for which he was slapped with a $1, 425 forthwith fine, which was not paid.
Hurley then went over to Magistrate Douglas Frederick in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court were he pleaded guilty to having $305 worth of cannabis in his possession when the car he driving was pulled over by police.
However, he was not required to plead to a charge of having a forged registration card on January 31.
He is further alleged to have robbed Kendra Scott-Holder of a handbag, a handcuff holder, a purse, a driver’s licence, a pouch, a ring, two chains and a pendant, a flash drive, a charger, a cable, and $90 cash which totalled $1,525, as well as an identification holder belonging to the Royal Barbados Police Force, and approximately 24 buttons and 24 pins belonging to the Crown on October 6 last year.