Twenty-six-year-old Alvon Omar Harewood was today remanded to Dodds after appearing at the Holetown Magistrates’ Court on multiple charges.
Harewood, of Chapel Gap, Lower Carlton, St James was charged with unlawful possession of a shotgun; unlawful possession of six rounds of 12-guage shotgun ammunition; unlawful possession of cannabis; unlawful possession with intent to supply cannabis; trafficking with intent to supply cannabis.
Magistrate Wanda Blair ordered Harewood to pay a fine of $1500 in a week or spend three months in jail for the offence of trafficking cannabis.
He was convicted, reprimanded and discharged for the possession of cannabis and possession with intent to supply cannabis.
Harewood was however not required to plead to the firearm or ammunition charges, both of which are indictable.
He was remanded to prison and is scheduled to reappear at the Holetown Magistrates’ court on November 5.