BREAKING NEWS – Busy Weekend for Barbados Law: More Ammo Woes and serious St George Accident

MAN ARRESTED FOR AMMUNITION

1. The Police have arrested and charged Jean Marc Cozier, 37 years, of Market Hill, St. George, for the offence of unlawful possession of 473 assorted rounds of ammunition. On Friday 17 February 2012, a search warrant was executed at his residence and the ammunition found.

The Inspector sent via an Online Statement; "An accident with injuries occurred about 4.05pm on February 18, 2012 on Boarded Hall Road, St. George, at its junction with Lower Greys and Pinder Bottom, St. George"

ACCIDENT WITH INJURIES

2. An accident with injuries occurred about 4.05pm on February 18, 2012 on Boarded Hall Road, St. George, at its junction with Lower Greys and Pinder Bottom, St. George.

Involved were a minibus driven by Kelvin Rudder, 30 years of 1st Step, Ellerton, St. George and motorcar driven by Harold Harris, 54 years of Rices, St. Philip.

Jean Marc Cozier, 37 years, of Market Hill, St. George, was arrested and charged for the offence of unlawful possession of 473 rounds of ammunition

Harris suffered a fractured right cheek and other facial injuries; a fractured right hip and a laceration to his right knee. Rudder complained of pains his left hand and right knee. Front seat passenger (minibus) David Greaves of Tudor Bridge, St. Michael complained of pains to his left hip and left elbow. Conductor Brenda Holder of Sugar Hill, St. Joseph complained of pain to her right leg.

Investigations are continuing…

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