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After 39 convictions, Hunte tells court he wants to kick the habit

A “well known shoplifter” who had 39 previous convictions failed to secure a reprieve today despite telling Magistrate Douglas Frederick he had been trying to kick the habit. Fifty-eight-year-old Anthony St Clair Hunte of Headley’s Land, Bank Hall, St Michael was sentenced to three months in jail after he admitted to attempting to steal two packets of ham worth $10.60 ...

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After 39 convictions, Hunte tells court he wants to kick the habit

A “well known shoplifter” who had 39 previous convictions failed to secure a reprieve today despite telling Magistrate Douglas Frederick he had been trying to kick the habit. Fifty-eight-year-old Anthony St Clair Hunte of Headley’s Land, Bank Hall, St Michael was sentenced to three months in jail after he admitted to attempting to steal two packets of ham worth $10.60 ...

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After 39 convictions, Hunte tells court he wants to kick the habit

A “well known shoplifter” who had 39 previous convictions failed to secure a reprieve today despite telling Magistrate Douglas Frederick he had been trying to kick the habit. Fifty-eight-year-old Anthony St Clair Hunte of Headley’s Land, Bank Hall, St Michael was sentenced to three months in jail after he admitted to attempting to steal two packets of ham worth $10.60 ...

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After 39 convictions, Hunte tells court he wants to kick the habit

A “well known shoplifter” who had 39 previous convictions failed to secure a reprieve today despite telling Magistrate Douglas Frederick he had been trying to kick the habit. Fifty-eight-year-old Anthony St Clair Hunte of Headley’s Land, Bank Hall, St Michael was sentenced to three months in jail after he admitted to attempting to steal two packets of ham worth $10.60 ...

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Student on wounding charge gets bail

An 18-year-old student was granted $2,500 bail today when he appeared in a Bridgetown Court on a wounding charge. Kemar Decoursey Bourne of Redmans Village, St Thomas is charged with unlawfully wounding Sharelle Wiltshire on September 1, an allegation he denied when he went before Magistrate Douglas Frederick. His case continues on February 5, 2018 in the No.1 District ‘A’ ...

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Student on wounding charge gets bail

An 18-year-old student was granted $2,500 bail today when he appeared in a Bridgetown Court on a wounding charge. Kemar Decoursey Bourne of Redmans Village, St Thomas is charged with unlawfully wounding Sharelle Wiltshire on September 1, an allegation he denied when he went before Magistrate Douglas Frederick. His case continues on February 5, 2018 in the No.1 District ‘A’ ...

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Student on wounding charge gets bail

An 18-year-old student was granted $2,500 bail today when he appeared in a Bridgetown Court on a wounding charge. Kemar Decoursey Bourne of Redmans Village, St Thomas is charged with unlawfully wounding Sharelle Wiltshire on September 1, an allegation he denied when he went before Magistrate Douglas Frederick. His case continues on February 5, 2018 in the No.1 District ‘A’ ...

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Not right

Due diligence must be adhered to when charging people for offences under the Firearms Act, Queens Counsel Andrew Pilgrim, has said. The outspoken lawyer’s comment came on the heels of Wednesday’s dismissal of a 2014 firearms charge against father and son Charles Mark Branch and  Dario Jean-luc Holder Branch, both of 1st Avenue Godding Road, Station Hill, St Michael. “We ...

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Not right

Due diligence must be adhered to when charging people for offences under the Firearms Act, Queens Counsel Andrew Pilgrim, has said. The outspoken lawyer’s comment came on the heels of Wednesday’s dismissal of a 2014 firearms charge against father and son Charles Mark Branch and  Dario Jean-luc Holder Branch, both of 1st Avenue Godding Road, Station Hill, St Michael. “We ...

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Not right

Due diligence must be adhered to when charging people for offences under the Firearms Act, Queens Counsel Andrew Pilgrim, has said. The outspoken lawyer’s comment came on the heels of Wednesday’s dismissal of a 2014 firearms charge against father and son Charles Mark Branch and  Dario Jean-luc Holder Branch, both of 1st Avenue Godding Road, Station Hill, St Michael. “We ...

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