Several Persons Charged with Offenses


The Royal Grenada Police Force is warning persons who engage or resort to physical violence that it will not be tolerated, even in cases where the injuries are at the lower end of the scale of seriousness.

In just twenty four hours, police arrested and charged several persons for the offences of wounding, causing harm and grievous harm.

Charges of wounding were laid against Damion Herry, 28 year old, Pest Control Officer residing at Archibald Avenue, St. George; Bernard Licorish, 45 years old, Fisherman, unemployed resident of Gouyave, St. John;  Kent Jessemy, 30 years,  Shop Keeper of Grand Bras, St. Andrew and Kevin Francique, a 30 year old Food Vendor resident of Tabor Hill, St. David. 

Charges of causing harm were laid against Samuel Ragbasingh, 32 years old, Caretaker of Middle River Gouyave, St. John; Nathalie Vincent, 32 years, old School Teacher and Natasha Vincent 30 years, unemployed both residents of Central Depradine Street, Gouyave St. John and Chris Parris, 26 years old, Farmer resident of Marigot, St. John while Garvin Clarke, 28 years of Grand Mal, St. George was charged for the offense of grievous harm.

Meanwhile a charge of damage to property was laid against 34 year old Danielle Clarke of Springs, St. George, while Shendell Gentle of Gouyave Estate, St. John is facing a charge of praedial larceny for allegedly stealing forty (40) oranges and two hands of green bluggoe. 

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