PLANTATION MANAGER CHARGED WITH FIREARM OFFENCE BY BARBADOS POLICE

Members of the Drug Squad have arrested and charged plantation Manager Adrian Ricardo Moore, of Redland Plantation for the offence of “Transfer of licenced firearm without informing the Commissioner of Police

This arrest was made during the on-going investigation into the drug landing on Tuesday 4 June 2013 at Fyreswell, St. Lucy where a boat suspected to have been used was also recovered. This boat in questioned was registered a company under Adrian Moore, and he was not in possession of a firearm licensed to him.

FIREARMS DISCOVERED

Members of the Drug Squad assisted by other police units, conducted an operation in the Fairfield, Black Rock, St. Michael area, where several firearms and along with ammunition, were discovered buried in an open field of land. No arrests have been made.

Members of the Drug Squad assisted by other police units, conducted an operation in the Fairfield, Black Rock, St. Michael area, where several firearms and along with ammunition, were discovered buried in an open field of land. No arrests have been made.

• 1- Mark 11 380 callibre machine pistol
• 1 – .22 revolver
• 1 – 9mm pistol
• 6 rounds of .22 ammunition
• 14 rounds of .9mm ammunition
• 6 rounds of .762 ammunition
• 3 rounds of .40 ammunition

  • David Welch – Insp.

Pub. Rel’s. Officer of the RBPF

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