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May 23, 2018 5:41 AM J'cans nabbed in drug bust at sea offered bail

TWO St Elizabeth men who were recently arrested following the seizure of 765 pounds of ganja off the coast of White House, Westmoreland, were both granted $500,000 bail when they appeared in the Westmoreland Parish Court. Orlando Sangster, 39, a fisherman of Barbary Hall, and 21-year-old Renaldo Seaton, a labourer of Middle Quarters, were offered bail by Parish 1

May 23, 2018 12:32 AM O-Wrap: Cops ordered to justify Tommy Lee's arrest... Baby among 3 shot... Ja's poverty rate declines

The police have been given until next Tuesday to appear in the Montego Bay Parish Court to justify their detention of dancehall artist Tommy Lee Sparta. A police constable who was reportedly on suspension was shot dead on Waterloo Road in St Andrew early this morning. Two policemen from the St Ann Police Division were this morning taken into custody 1

May 21, 2018 3:31 PM Closure of Corporate Area Traffic Court Building

Press Release – Members of the public are being advised that due to the fire at the Corporate Area Traffic Court, 2 Melbourne Road, on Friday May 18, that Court will be closed to the public until further notice. All matters previously set for 2 Melbourne Road, will be heard at 36 South Camp Road. Users of the Court may contact the court office at 938-2555 or the Court

May 21, 2018 1:18 AM Ministry of Justice to Receive Two Additional Mobile Legal Clinics

Ministry of Justice is to acquire two additional mobile legal aid clinics as part of plans to further increase citizens’ access to legal and judicial services. The Units will increase the current fleet to three, and will facilitate the dispensing of free legal information on issues such as expungement of criminal records, wills, land titles, criminal 3

May 20, 2018 4:45 PM MoBay club manager fined for operating after allowed time

ST JAMES, Jamaica — A 42-year-old a club manager, who was arrested and charged for breaching sections of the Town and Communities Act in Montego Bay, St James last month, was fined $50,000 when he appeared in the St James Parish Court last week. Reports from the Montego Bay police are that about 3:40 am on Saturday, April 28, the manager, Calico Morgan 1

May 20, 2018 2:44 PM Police probe continues in death of JLP Councillor's son

he St Catherine Police are continuing their into Saturday's shooting death of the son of Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Councillor Peter Abrahams. Kemar Abrahams,30, was found with a bullet wound at his home in Wakefield, St Catherine. It's reported that, shortly after 10am Kemar, who lived with his mother, was at home when there was a loud explosion 4

May 20, 2018 1:27 AM Young People Urged to Participate in the Political Process

and Sport, Hon. Alando Terrelonge is urging more young Jamaicans to participate in the country’s political process. He said their involvement can assist in the creation of new laws and policies which are critical to the development of the nation. The State Minister also argued that politics and policies will determine daily happenings in one’s life. “It will determine 4

May 19, 2018 2:00 PM 'Pepe' pays up after wounding charge

Former National footballer Ian 'Pepe' Goodison had to fork out US$1,000 (J$125,917) to a complainant before a wounding matter he was charged with in December 2017 could be dismissed yesterday at the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court. The former national star had to pay the money to an aunt of the complainant who was present on his behalf. Parish Judge 3

May 19, 2018 2:00 PM Man fined for taking 'Chinese' boots

An employee who was fingered in the theft of a pair of work boots owned by a Chinese colleague, also employed to China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC), was fined $13,000 or 30 days' imprisonment. Julio Brown pleaded guilty with explanation when the matter was called up in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court yesterday. He was charged with stealing 4

May 19, 2018 8:08 AM Accused in job scam claims he gave complainants' money to their mother

A man who collected $140,600 from four people under the guise that he could provide them with jobs in Canada, told the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court that he gave the money to the mother of three of the complainants, with whom he was in a relationship. Sixty-one-year-old Maxie Robinson of Weymouth Drive in Washington Gardens, Kingston, after pleading 5