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Ammunition case coming to an end

Crown prosecutor Alliston Seale today suggested that accused Richard Delisle Arthur should “count himself fortunate” that he was not before the court on more charges. Seale made the comments as he presented his closing arguments to the nine-member jury hearing the case against the Maynards, St Peter resident who has pleaded not guilty to possession of 102 rounds of ammunition. ...

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Ammunition case coming to an end

Crown prosecutor Alliston Seale today suggested that accused Richard Delisle Arthur should “count himself fortunate” that he was not before the court on more charges. Seale made the comments as he presented his closing arguments to the nine-member jury hearing the case against the Maynards, St Peter resident who has pleaded not guilty to possession of 102 rounds of ammunition. ...

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Ammunition case coming to an end

Crown prosecutor Alliston Seale today suggested that accused Richard Delisle Arthur should “count himself fortunate” that he was not before the court on more charges. Seale made the comments as he presented his closing arguments to the nine-member jury hearing the case against the Maynards, St Peter resident who has pleaded not guilty to possession of 102 rounds of ammunition. ...

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Ammunition case coming to an end

Crown prosecutor Alliston Seale today suggested that accused Richard Delisle Arthur should “count himself fortunate” that he was not before the court on more charges. Seale made the comments as he presented his closing arguments to the nine-member jury hearing the case against the Maynards, St Peter resident who has pleaded not guilty to possession of 102 rounds of ammunition. ...

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Bottom-slapping no laughing matter

An Englishman who stashed a $50 note in the bosom of a female taxi driver and slapped her on the bottom said: “we were joking”. However, it was no joking matter for Bridgetown Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant when 44-year-old James Patrick O’Rouke, of 50 Peach Road, Willehall, West Midlands, England pleaded guilty to unlawfully assaulting Charmaine Alleyne and resisting police constable ...

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Bottom-slapping no laughing matter

An Englishman who stashed a $50 note in the bosom of a female taxi driver and slapped her on the bottom said: “we were joking”. However, it was no joking matter for Bridgetown Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant when 44-year-old James Patrick O’Rouke, of 50 Peach Road, Willehall, West Midlands, England pleaded guilty to unlawfully assaulting Charmaine Alleyne and resisting police constable ...

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Bottom-slapping no laughing matter

An Englishman who stashed a $50 note in the bosom of a female taxi driver and slapped her on the bottom said: “we were joking”. However, it was no joking matter for Bridgetown Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant when 44-year-old James Patrick O’Rouke, of 50 Peach Road, Willehall, West Midlands, England pleaded guilty to unlawfully assaulting Charmaine Alleyne and resisting police constable ...

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Bottom-slapping no laughing matter

An Englishman who stashed a $50 note in the bosom of a female taxi driver and slapped her on the bottom said: “we were joking”. However, it was no joking matter for Bridgetown Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant when 44-year-old James Patrick O’Rouke, of 50 Peach Road, Willehall, West Midlands, England pleaded guilty to unlawfully assaulting Charmaine Alleyne and resisting police constable ...

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‘No more prison, please’

Officials are still feverishly trying to get valid travel documents to get Latin American Juan Abrahan Ramirez Rijo back to Dominican Republic. In the meantime, the non-national will remain at Her Majesty’s Prison Dodds despite pleas to Magistrate Douglas Frederick to move him to another facility. “Please help me . . . prison is too much suffering . . . ...

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‘No more prison, please’

Officials are still feverishly trying to get valid travel documents to get Latin American Juan Abrahan Ramirez Rijo back to Dominican Republic. In the meantime, the non-national will remain at Her Majesty’s Prison Dodds despite pleas to Magistrate Douglas Frederick to move him to another facility. “Please help me . . . prison is too much suffering . . . ...

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