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Musician must complete community service

Keep on the positive lyrics but stay way from the drugs. That was the advice of Bridgetown Magistrate Douglas Frederick to a 22-year-old musician after he pleaded guilty to having cannabis in his position. Police were conducting an operation at Temple Yard on March 9 when, with his permission, they searched Ambokile Ato Sadiki Welch, […]

Wayde McLloyd Grant

Grant pleads for tea

All Wayde McLloyd Grant wanted today was a cup of tea and he made that request quite clear as he sat in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court impatiently waiting his time before the judicial officer. As he walked to the dock the 46-year-old, of no fixed place bode, stated: “Mr Fredericks sir I want a […]

Jason Jamal Newton

Post office sleeper remanded

As the security guard stationed at the General Post Office made the rounds on Sunday night he came across 39-year-old Jason Jamal Newton and another man putting down items, making beds to sleep. The guard – David Bynoe – told the two they were trespassing and to leave the area near the private post boxes. […]

Jonell Ryan Dorrel Williams had to get the help of several prison officers to get out of the No. 1 District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court this afternoon.

Wounded and remanded

Extenuating circumstances were not enough to keep 22-year-old Jonell Ryan Dorrel Williams from being remanded and taking a ride to HMP Dodds today albeit in the institution’s ambulance. Looking pained and supported by crutches, the Block 5B Division Drive, Eden Lodge, St Michael resident who was shot by police on February 17, 2019 appeared in […]

Queen’s Counsel Larry Smith

Appeal court denies murder accused bail

The Court of Appeal has upheld the decision of a High Court judge to deny bail to convicted killer Pedro Deroy Ellis. But his attorney Queen’s Counsel Larry Smith is still toasting a small victory, having got the three-judge panel to deliver a landmark ruling. Ellis, 38, of Parris Gap, Westbury Road, St Michael, is […]

Derek Delisle Bullen

Unable to afford car insurance, plates, fines

A 46-year-old St Joseph man who appeared in the District ‘A’ Traffic Court today was unable to pay fines after pleading guilty to a number of offences – including not having motor insurance he claims he could not afford. Derek Delisle Bullen, of Blackmans Development, St Joseph, admitted to Magistrate Graveney Bannister to driving without due […]

George Reginald Ivan Parris

Businessman offered bail on drug charges

Businessman George Reginald Ivan Parris who was remanded to prison back in February charged in connection with over ten million dollars worth of cannabis and cocaine has been offered bail in the amount of $500,000 in the High Court. Parris, 56, of No. 318 Inch Cape Terrace, Well House, St Philip, is charged with possession, […]


Pensioner’s mouth lands him before court

A pensioner believes he would not have landed before the law courts – for alledgedly assaulting a senior police officer – if he simply talked less and stayed at home to do his chores. Elwin Leon Young, 74, of Trellis Walk, Grazettes, St Michael expressed that view to Magistrate Douglas Frederick earlier this week when […]


‘Backpack craze’

The recent fad of young men walking around with haversacks has caught the attention of Bridgetown Magistrate Douglas Frederick, so much so that the judicial officer wants to know what is the fascination with the backpacks. “Why it is that every young person has a haversack on their back. What is contained in those haversacks […]


Collymore to know fate

An almost three-year-old incident over the cost of beers has come back to haunt a St Michael man. Quizaro Akeem Collymore, of Browne’s Gap, Jackson, St Michael was brought before the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court for the first time today to answer the charge that he wounded Anthony Kellman on June 10, 2017. After pleading […]


Men on curfew

Two accused in their 30s must be indoors at from 6:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily until criminal cases against them are completed in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court. Lesanto Orelston Hydrafel Lavine, of No. 2 Well Gap, Cave Hill, St Michael must also continue to report to the Black Rock Police Station every Monday […]


Inquest continues

Although he cannot now recall the exact time, Police Constable Julian Lashley said the late Corey Antonio Best was left unharmed following a strip search on April 13, 2017. Lashley today told the Coroner’s Inquest into Best’s death presided over by Coroner Manila Renee that he was on duty at Oistins Police Station when he […]

Hubert Artis Larocque and Alexander Moses Raven

One fraud accused bailed, other remanded

Two alleged fraudsters where offered $10,000 bail each today but only one got to go home after the other was unable to find a surety. Hubert Artis Larocque, 29, of Lower Burney, Mapp Hill, St Michael and Alexander Moses Raven, 29, of No 25 George Street, Belleville, St Michael are jointly charged with endeavouring to […]

Shayne Napolean Carter

‘Intervention needed’

A 45-year-old man will be assessed at the Psychiatric Hospital over the next three weeks for allegedly following a minor several times to “preach the word”. There were suspicions that Shayne Napolean Carter, of Bank Hall Main Road, St Michael was about to commit the crime of indecent assault when he allegedly loitered on the […]

$10,000 bail for alleged fraudster

A 44-year-old jackhammer operator accused of fraud was granted $10,000 bail today. It is alleged that on January 24, 2019 David O’neale Willoughby, of Fairy Valley, Christ Church uttered a CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank (Barbados) Limited bill of exchange purporting to be a RBC Royal Bank (Barbados) Limited cheque made payable to him for $18,988.98 […]

Mitchell Sonny

Sonny remanded until April

He is charged with a 2018 offence but only appeared in court today after the complainant allegedly identified him in a line up. For allegedly robbing Amal Smith of a cellular phone, three gold chains, a pendant and a gold ring worth $1,995 on August 6, 2018, Mitchell Sylvan Sonny, of Reed Street, St Michael […]

Devere Elon Tony Gittens

Ex-boyfriend ordered to keep the peace

A young woman who was assaulted by her now ex-boyfriend asked the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court to ensure that “he see me and don’t see me”. That was the request of Kitana Grant today after 20-year-old Devere Elon Tony Gittens, of Holder’s Land, Brandon’s, St Michael pleaded guilty to assaulting her on February 28 causing her […]

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