Category: Court

Arms accused back in court next month

Accused of bringing illegal firearms and ammunition into Barbados, two men have been remanded to prison until September 7. Dario Davone Daone Oliver, 26, a painter, of 6D Wotton, Christ Church, and Jason Antonio, a 34-year-old car washer of Ashby Land, Lodge Road, Christ Church, are accused of five counts of importing and possessing a […]

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Herb grower’s hot Valentine’s date

A 30-year-old steward has an early date set for next Valentine’s Day and it will cost him dearly. Michael Tito Cheltenham of 2nd Avenue Bank Hall, St Michael, has until February 14 next year to pay the District ‘A’ Magistrate’s Court a $15,000 fine amounting to the street value of the herb he was trying […]

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John Nathaniel Bancroft

‘Mix-up’ costs man his freedom

Accused of having bogus currency in his possession John Nathaniel Bancroft lost his freedom today after failing to appear in court. The Odessa McClean Drive, St Michael, resident, who is in his 40s, is accused of having five bad $100 notes in his possession on Oct 21, 2016 and two forged $50 notes on October […]

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Daron Devon Thompson (left) and Romel Hose Marville.

Duo jailed

A man and a teenager accused of murder have been remanded to HMP Dodds until September 11. The duo, Romel Hose Marville, 23, of Hawkins Gap, Westbury Road, St Michael, and Daron Devon Thompson, 17, of Odessa McClean Drive, My Lord’s Hill, St Michael, are accused of the July 13 killing of Donasan Husbands, 26, […]

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Jason Anthony Snaggs

Serial offender jailed after six days out

After just six days of freedom Jason Anthony Snaggs was back at Dodds today awaiting trial on new charges. The 33-year-old of Villa Road, Britons Hill, St Michael was released from the St Philip penal institution on August 7, but was remanded today when he appeared in the District ‘A’ Magistrate’s Court charged with damaging […]

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‘I wanted to see my daughter’

An American man charged with two criminal offences said he was frustrated at being prevented from seeing his daughter when he committed the acts. Jared Michael Eisenberger of No 213, 2nd Avenue Windward Gardens, St Phillip pleaded guilty today before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant in the No. 2 District ‘A’ Magistrate’s Court to damaging five windows […]

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Pedro Lamar Caddle

Caddle hit with theft charges after being hit with Bible

A St Joseph man who literally came face to face with the Word last week, has had to spend some time, not at church, but at Dodds as he awaits his fate. Pedro Lamar Caddle of Bissex Housing Area was in police custody at Oistins Police Station when he was struck in the face with […]

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Murder rap

A teenager is one of two St Michael men charged with the murder of Donasan Husbands of Fairfield, Black Rock, St Michael, who was killed on Friday, July 13, in the car park of the Hard Rock Cement Bond, Spring Garden, St Michael. Police said today they had arrested and charged 17-year-old Daron Devon Thompson […]

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Charges refiled against five alleged thieves

The Police Prosecutors Office has relodged several criminal charges, which were previously dismissed, against five men. Sharaad Jabarry Phillips, Damian Shavaine Proverbs, Joel Omar Hunte, Nathaniel Renaldo Robinson, all of Parish Land, Christ Church, and Rohan Alisane Mario Holder of Smith’s Gap, Lammings Park, St Joseph, have again been charged with the June 18, 2015 […]

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Confessed Massy Store thieves get to know their fate

Two Massiah Street, St John residents charged with stealing from Massy Stores on May 5, suffered different fates. Seventeen-year-old Xavier Alston Craig who previously pleaded guilty to stealing several bottles of liquor worth $184.55, on May 5, was ordered to perform 150 hours of community service. Magistrate Douglas Frederick also Craig on a yearlong bond […]

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Wrong fare

A taxi driver has been accused of planning to earn a fare illegally. Elizabeth Francine Watts, 54, of Kirtons, St Philip was released on $2,000 bail on a charge of entering the house of Elmina Weekes-Regis as a trespasser on August 8 with intent to commit theft. No plea was taken when Watts, who was […]

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Back to Dodds for alleged thief

A 47-year-old man who is already serving time at HMP Dodds returned to a Bridgetown court today charged with a new offence. It is alleged that St Elias Charles of Queens Street, St Michael stole an android radio worth $500, a digital camera worth $1,000, a pair of sunglasses worth $300 and a $200 money […]

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Supermarket row lands three young men before the court

   Three men appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today accused of causing a disturbance at a local supermarket but only two owned up to the offence. Twenty-six-year-old fisherman Patrick Cecil Daniel Yearwood of 19F Fernihurst, Black Rock, St Michael and 29-year-old Rico Orlando Ricardo Caine of Lot 3, 8th Avenue West Terrace, St James pleaded […]

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‘Hit by the Word’

No criminal conviction was recorded against an American visitor who struck a man in police custody with a Bible. New Yorker Alexa Renea Pierre appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today where she pleaded guilty to assaulting Pedro Caddle with the holy book yesterday. According to the prosecutor, Pierre, who was due to leave the country […]

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Judgment reserved in assault and acid attack case

Bridgetown Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today reserved judgment in a case against a St Michael man who is facing assault charges, although police admitted he was reacting to his former lover throwing acid at his house. With the woman claiming it was water she threw at the home of Chris Chairmont of Storey Gap, Howell’s Cross […]

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English visitor ‘sorry’ for hitting officer

An English visitor today escaped with a reprimand after she expressed remorse for hitting a police officer. When she appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today, 28-year-old Jalisa Harris apologized to the officer whom she was charged with assaulting in the line of duty. “I am very sorry I hit you. I wasn’t intending to hit […]

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Blame the dope

It was an explanation that Shamar Shaquane Erwin Inniss of 1st Avenue, Prescod Bottom, Hindsbury Road, St Michael had hoped would have satisfied a local magistrate today. However, after the 20-year-old told Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant why he had failed to appear before her since his last appearance in October last year, she sent him straight […]

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