Basseterre, St. Kitts, May 24, 2016 (RSCNPF): Below is a report of and Arrest, Conventions and other Activities for the report of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force. For period May 23.
ARREST AND OR BAIL:
Arrested: Alister Thomas of View Point, Sandy Point, was arrested and formally charged for the offences of Disorderly Conduct by making noise Resisting Arrest and Battery on Police. This incident Occurred about 10:50 hrs on 23rd May 2016.
Arrested: Cjay Whyte of Fig Tree Sandy Point, was arrested and formally charger for indecent language and disorderly conduct by making noise. This incident Occurred took at Fig Tree at about 1935hrs on 23rd May 2016.
Bailed: Brian Jeffers of Conaree Village, who was arrested and formally charged for Possession of Cannabis and Possession with intent to supply. Was granted bail in the sum of $18000.00 for his appearance at the District “A” Magistrate Court on Monday 6th June 2016.
Bailed: Glenroy Mills of Stapleton Housing Project who was arrested and formally charged for drugs arms and ammunition and documents used in the Commission of a Crime. Was granted bail in the sum $5000.00 for his appearance at the Basseterre Magistrate Court on Monday 6th June 2016 at 09:00.
In matters at the Basseterre High Court presided over by Her Honour Justice Lady Marlene Carter in the case Director of Public Prosecution vs Ayrhon Elliot SKBHCB 2014/0015 who was indicted for grievous Bodily Harm and Unlawful Wounding. On the 1st count of Grievous Bodily Harm a unanimous verdict of Not Guilty was given and on the count of Inflicting Grievous Bodily Harm a unanimous verdict of Guilty was given. Ayhron Elliot is to return to the court for sentencing on 23rd June, 2016.
In matters at the Basseterre Magistrate Court presided over by Magistrate Her Honour Ms. Mallalieu it was reported that Bruce Orpen a resident of Frigate Bay pleaded guilty to Malicious Damage committed on May 22, 2016 and was ordered to compensate the victim the sum of $9800.00 and he was also fined $1000.00 forthwith or in default six (6) months imprisonment. The fines were paid and he was discharged.
Traffic Accident: Two (2) traffic accident occurred on the federation’s roadways in St. Kitts on 23th May 2016.
Traffic accident occurred about 4:18pm on 24th May in the vicinity of the Craft House at the Paul Southwell Industrial Park involving motor car PA 1089 and and motor car PA 9832.
Traffic accident occurred about 00:00hrs on 23rd May at Golf View Estate involving motor jeep RA-919 owned by TDC and operated by Ross University and PA-6373.
Citizen Safety: Police continues the increased presence of officers in our communities over the weekend. A significant number of foot and mobile patrols were conducted in our communities. Stop and Searches of persons and Vehicular check points were also increased. This increased presence of Police on the streets and in our communities is being done to ensure continued citizen safety.
Community Engagements: Officers from the Newcastle Police Station District conducted visits to the village shops in their area. Const Pemberton reported that that the shop owners were happy to see the police presence and they welcome the initiative.
School Liaison Officers Continue visits to primary and secondary schools in the Federation.