Basseterre, St. Kitts, June 23, 2016, (RSCNPF): Below is a report of Arrest, Convictions and other activities recorded by the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force for the period June 21-22.
ARREST AND BAIL:
Arrested: James Carroll of Brooklyn, New York was arrested and formally charged for the offence of Possession of Cannabis.
Bailed: Jachara Grant of Bath Village who was formally charged and cautioned for the offence of House Breaking with intent was granted bailed by Your Honor Miss Yasmine Clarke in the sum of $5000.00 for her appearance at the Charlestown Magistrate’s Court on the time and date to be set by the Court.
Bailed: Beverly Bartlette of Bath Village who was formally charged and cautioned for the offence of House Breaking with Intent was granted bail by your Honor Miss Yasmine Clarke in the sum of $5000. 00 for her appearance to the Magistrate’s Court at Charlestown at a date and time to be set by the court.
In matters at the Charlestown Magistrate’s Court, James Carroll of Brooklyn, New York was brought before Her Honour Ms. Yasmine Clark for the offence of Possession on Cannabis. He pleaded guilty to the charge and was fined $1000. 00 E.C.C to be paid forthwith.
Shooting at with intent: Police is investigating a shooting that occurred in the Cleverly Hill area of Sandy Point. Investigations revealed that two male persons came from the Main Road at Cleverly Hill and shot at a passing vehicle. The front and rear of the vehicle and the two left tyres were struck. About fourteen (14) shots were fired at the vehicle but the occupants escaped without any injuries. However the vehicle sustained damages to the left front, rear and left side and also the rim and the two left tyres. Items of evidential value were found and taken into police custody. The vehicle was also processed. A canvas of the neighbourhood was also conducted.
Traffic Accident: Five (5) traffic accidents occurred on the federation’s roadways on the island of St. Kitts (3) for the period of 21st and (2) for the period of 22nd June.
Citizen Safety: Police continues to conduct Vehicular Check Points and or Stop and Searches and several searches of abandoned properties. The check points and searches were done in efforts to ensure Citizen Safety, by removing any found Illegal Firearms, ammunition, illegal drugs, and other instruments that can be used to commit crimes.
School Visits: Officers of the Nevis Division continue their visits to their assigned Primary and Secondary Schools.