(PR)- Police, have arrested and charged several individuals for several offences including breaches to the Emergency Management (COVID-19) Curfew 9 (No.5) Directive, 2020 which occurred on the 24th day of May 2020 at Lears, St Michael. These accused are:
- Ean Antonio Lowe, 25, Savannah Road, Bush Hall, St Michael
- Tristan Herbert, 31, of No 112 3rd Avenue Rowen’s Park, St George
- Travis Akeem Marshall, 26, of Mayers Road, My Lord’s Hill, St Michael
- Che Nicholai Singh, 20, of Nursery Road, Four Roads, St Philip
- Kristen Khenraj Singh, 29, of No 39 Cottage, St George
- Kevon Ramario Forde, 19, of Valley Land, St George
- Daniel Anthony Omar Remis, 20, of No 10 Constant, St George
- Josiah Nathanael Boyce, 18, of Valley Land, St George
- Jumario Kadeem Phillips, 21, of 8F Bottom Close, Wildey, St Michael
- Akeem Jamal Belle, 34, of 5A Bottom Close, Wildey, St Michael
- Chunia Shakir Welch, 21, of 82 J Parkinson Field, St Michael
- Dibbaggio Tyge Payne, 16, of No 19 Walker’s Valley, St George
- Casey Terrell Wood, 23, of 16D Bottom Close, Wildey, St Michael
- Javon Ramone Williams, 34, of Block 23 Haynesville, St James
- Rasean Rico Ashby, 20, of Exchange Road, St George
- Rico Jamar Browne, 29, of Allamby Gap, Spooner’s Hill, St Michael
They all appeared before Chief Magistrate Ian Weekes in the District ‘D’ Magistrates Court on Monday, May 25th 2020 where four of the sixteen accused Ean Antonio Lowe, 25, of Savannah Road, Bush Hall, St Michael, Tristan Herbert, 31, of No 112 3rd Avenue Rowen’s Park, St George, Travis Akeem Marshall, 26, of Mayers Road, My Lord’s Hill, St Michael and Rico Jamar Browne, 29, of Allamby Gap, Spooner’s Hill, St Michael all pleaded guilty to the offences. Ean Lowe, Tristan Herbert and Travis Marshall were all fined $8000.00 in twenty (20) weeks with the alternative of nine months in prison.
The fourth man Rico Browne while pleading not guilty to the Breach of Curfew offence pleaded guilty to several traffic offences. He was fined separately $800.00 to be paid in twelve (12) weeks for the offence of no Driver’s Licence and no Insurance while he was reprimanded and discharged for the offence of fraudulent number plates.
He along with the eleven other accused were granted bail in the sum of $3000.00 with one surety and they are all scheduled to reappear at the District ‘D’ court on the 25th of August 2020 and are now the subject of a daily curfew from 6 pm to 6 am.