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Police constable charged for drunk driving

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Police Constable, Joshua Ali, has been charged over drunk driving. He was charged for breach of condition of provisional licence and driving under the influence of alcohol, after slamming into a businessman’s vehicle.

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Court hears that Police Corporal in AK-47 bust planned to sell weapons

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Shevon Marks, the police corporal named in an attempt to smuggle an AK-47 assault rifle out of Eve Leary, was charged yesterday (March 14) for illegal possession of the high-powered rifle, with matching ammunition.

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Parking meter fiasco: Lawyer argues that his client cannot be charged under law that does not exist

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Mahendra Boodhoo appeared before Magistrate Annette Singh, this morning, to answer charges related to damaging a padlock that is part of the clamp used by Smart City Solutions (SCS) to enforce paid parking in the City.

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NBS moves to court over parking meter by-laws

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The New Building Society (NBS) is advancing a legal challenge against the Mayor and City Council’s (M&CC) parking meter by-laws, which it says are illegal.

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Teen identifies soldiers who allegedly raped her

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The 18-year-old girl, previously reported to be 15-years-old, who was allegedly raped by three ranks of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) has positively identified her attackers.

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Former security guard at CANU jailed for 12 months over stolen cocaine

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Kevin Dickie, who was charged with another for cocaine that went missing while in their protection, was sentenced to 12 months in jail this week.

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Man sentenced to twelve months for buggery

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Eutton Little, 46, was charged with buggering a 30-year-old woman, eight years ago.  And Magistrate Dylon Bess, this week, ruled that he should be jailed for 12 months.

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Anti-narcotics rank jailed for seven years after busted with drugs

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Ian Michael Johnson, 24, of Stanleytown, New Amsterdam was found guilty of two counts of possession of narcotics for the purpose of trafficking.

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Witness in Corentyne carpenter’s murder being sued for $20M

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One of the witnesses in the Fayez Narinedatt murder case is being sued by former Community Policing Group (CPG) liaison officer Radica Ramanandan for $20M.

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Woman pardoned by Granger back in court for theft

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After being pardoned by President David Granger, Tiffany Peters, 26, found herself back in court facing charges that were similar to those that saw her convicted before. 

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