Caddle Faces Charges: Barbadian Police? Zero Tolerance on Visitor Crimes!

Pedro Lamar CADDLE, 30 years old, of Bissex Housing Area, St. Joseph, who was the subject of a wanted man notice has been arrested and charged for several criminal matters.

Caddle presented himself to the police in Friday 26 April, 2013 accompanied by an Attorney-at-law. We wish to thank the public and the media for their invaluable assistance.

Caddle presented himself to the police in Friday 26 April, 2013 accompanied by an Attorney-at-law. We wish to thank the public and the media for their invaluable assistance.

Caddle has been charged for:

• 7 counts of Assault (including assaulting police officers)
• 1 count of Criminal damage (damage to a police vehicle)
• I count of Arson.

Caddle has been jointly charged with Leon Seymour Freeman 19 years of 1st Avenue Sealy Land, Bank Hall, St. Michael for:

• 2 counts of Aggravated Burglary (These are the two incidents involving Canadian and American visitors which occurred at Tent Bay, St. Joseph on April 23, 2013)
• 1 count of Assault occasioning actual bodily harm
• 1 count of Burglary.

JAMAICAN ARRESTED FOR DRUGS AT PORT

Jamaican Wilfred Jones AKA Bryan Adams was arrested and charged in relation to the seizure of 31 lbs of cannabis by Customs Personnel at the Bridgetown Port on 24 April 2013. Investigations were conducted and he was subsequently charged for the offences of:

Possession;
• Possession with intent to supply
• Trafficking; and
• Importation.

Customs and Excise personnel searched a consignment of car parts and other items, and the illegal drug was discovered in 18 brown taped packages concealed in the bottom of 3 crates used to transport the items.

Jones appeared at the District A Magistrate Court on Saturday 27 April, 2013, and was remanded until 6 May 2013, to appear at the District B Magistrate Court.

ANOTHER PERSON CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH HUMAN TRAFFICKING CASES

On Friday 26 April 2013, Joan Fernandez, 76 years of Alkins Land, Eagle Hall, St. Michael was arrested and charged for 3 counts of offences associated with Human trafficking, where 5 female Guyanese nationals were victims.

On Saturday 27 April 2013, Ms. Fernandez appeared in the District A Magistrate Court and was remanded until 6 May 2013, to appear at the District B Magistrate Court.

Previously, Amelia Joseph, 36 years of Waterhall Land, Eagle Hall, St. Michael, and Keenon Chase 22 years of King William Street, Bridgetown, were arrested and charged for the following offences associated with human trafficking:

BARBADIAN ARRESTED FOR DRUGS AT PORT

Kobia Browne 33 years of St. Stephens Hill, St. Michael was arrested and charged in relation to the seizure of 80 lbs of cannabis by Customs Personnel at the Bridgetown Port on 25 April 2013. Investigations were conducted and he was subsequently charged for the offences of:

Possession;
• Possession with intent to supply
• Trafficking; and
• Importation.

Customs and Excise personnel searched a shipment of sofas, and the illegal drug was discovered in hidden with hollowed out sections within them.

  • David Welch – Insp.

Public Relations Officer of the RBPF

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