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A well known youngster smashed a bus driver’s vehicle after someone stole his Ipod

  Jovin Williams of River Street will have up to December 5th, 2010 to come up with a one thousand dollar fine or could stand the risk of serving six months in prison. Williams found himself in this predicament after pleading guilty to malicious damage at the Roseau Magistrate Court on September 6th, 2010. Reports indicated that he damaged the left and back side door of a bus on September 5th at River ...

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Jason Cuffy of Newtown Pleaded Guilty to Possession of Cannabis

Jason Cuffy of 152 Victoria Street, Newtown pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis on Thursday September 2nd, 2010 at the Roseau Magistrate’s Court after evidence of his charge was exposed. On Tuesday 31st 2010, the police officers were conducting their normal mobile patrol when they entered Victoria Street which was at the time occupied by young men. One of the officers spotted Cuffy with a scissors and ...

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“I’m not working so it’s not my fault,” says well known Cork Street resident.

The charge of possession of cocaine and attempt to commit a drug trafficking offense was filed against Mr. Wayne Sanderson of fifty-five Cork Street, who pleaded guilty to both charges on Thursday September 2nd 2010 at the Roseau Magistrate’s Court. According to the facts of the case Sanderson was arrested after officers on duty conducted a search at his residence on September 2nd, 2010. During the search t ...

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Xavier pleaded not guilty to telling officer, “if I had my tool, I would’ve burst your head.”

    Fredrick Xavier of Victoria Street, Newtown was released on a five thousand dollar ($5000) bail after he appeared before the Roseau Magistrate’s Court on Thursday September 2nd 2010 on five charges. He pleaded guilty to one count of disorderly conduct, and not guilty to giving a wrong address, refusing to give his name, threatening language and disorderly conduct. He was cautioned t ...

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One man sentenced to 3 months imprisonment for stealing a flashlight and charger.

    A Thibaud resident was sentenced to three months in prison after stealing a red and black flashlight and charger valued at fifty-seven dollars and ninety-nine cents ($57.99) at shine union in Roseau on Tuesday August 31st 2010. Earlsworth Henderson, who denied having the stolen property inside the store, was reported to the police, who was in the store at the moment. He told the court tha ...

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Abel David of Sulton granted bail in the sum of $ 25,000.00.

  Abel David of Sulton was granted bail in the sum of $25,000.00 at the Roseau Magistrate’s Court this morning. A charge of burglary has been brought against him, to which he allegedly stole several items amounting to $54,649.20. David was advised to report to the St Joseph Police Station on Mondays and Fridays between the hours of 7am to 7pm. He was also cautioned to refrain from committing any ...

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Court News

  In court news this evening, a prominent sports reporter Brian Francis has pleaded guilty to the charge of battery against a youngster earlier today, at the Roseau Magistrate’s Court. However, due to the absence of facts surrounding the matter, the court has granted adjournment for Thursday, 26th August, 2010 at the Roseau Magistrate’s Court. ...

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Court News

    One man of Shop Lane Goodwill, 29, pleaded guilty to five offenses, assault, intimidation, possession of an offensive weapon, and two counts of threats earlier today, August 9th at the Roseau Magistrate's Court. In his defense, Mr Jason Samuel said that he was intoxicated hence the reason for his action and apologized for his behavior. Magistrate Evelina Baptiste said, “Being drunk is no excuse,” as she ...

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One man slapped with 3 month sentence.

  One man was sentenced to serve three months in prison on charges of theft at the Roseau Magistrate Court earlier today, Tuesday July 3rd , 2010. Andrew Joseph of Giraudel pleaded guilty to stealing various items at the recently opened “Save a lot” supermarket, including 6 bars of cheddar cheese and mozzarella cheese all valued at $68.24 EC. During his plea in mitigation, Joseph said that ...

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Man fined $ 2000 and warned to stay away from alcohol…

One man, who pleaded guilty to charges of assault, escaping legal custody and threats at the Roseau Magistrate Court on July 20th 2010, was slapped with a $2000 fine by Magistrate Candia George. The defendant was fined $1000 each for threats and escaping custody while he was given no separate penalty for the assault charge. Magistrate George advised the defendant to refrain from using alcohol as it was the ...

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