Traffic Court Hands Down $7300 in Fines at Call Over

The Traffic Court sitting took place on 2nd June, 2011 before Her Worship Josephine Mallelieu-Webbe, where cases from the previous month were being “called over” or traversed from the month of March for hearing during this month.

Glenford Gumbs Jr. of Cayon, who was charged with having his vehicle’s windows too heavily tinted, was fined $150 to be paid forthwith or serve one week imprisonment. The offence was committed on 13th August, 2010.

Clevaughn Wyatt of Godwin Ghaut, for a 5th October, 2010 offence of driving without due care and attention, was fined $250 to be paid forthwith or serve one week at Her Majesty’s Prison.

Walwyn Avenue, St. Johnston Village resident, Alexander Archibald  has a total of $500 to pay for committing 4th September, 2010 offences of driving without a driver’s license and driving when not covered by insurance.

New Road Housing Project resident, Ronald Fyfield, was cautioned for permitting another to drive his vehicle when that person was not the holder of a driver’s license and when that person was not covered by insurance. The offences were committed on 4th September, 2010.

Antonio Bradshaw of Parsons Village, was fined $100 for driving off the bus route on 17th January, 2011. The sum is to be paid within one week or in default, he would have to serve two weeks in prison.

Also convicted of driving of the bus route were Lewis Mills of Tabernacle and Roger Crawford of Newton Ground, who was convicted of two counts.  Crawford was fined a total of $300 to be paid forthwith and Mills was fined $200, also to be paid forthwith.

Arthur Ikebuda of St. Peters and Devon Jeffers of Market Street were both fined for driving without due care and attention which were committed on 31st May, 2010 and 28th August, 2010 respectively. Ikebuda was fined $500 to be paid forthwith or serve one week imprisonment while Jeffers was fined $200 to be paid within one week or serve one imprisonment.

Clive Farara of Infirmary Road pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention, two counts of driving without insurance, two counts of driving without a driver’s license, failing to produce driver’s license when asked to do so and taking vehicle without consent of owner. He was fined a total of $2600, all of which must be paid within one month and should he fail to do so, a custodial sentence would be imposed. As an additional measure of punishment, Farara was disqualified from driving for three months. The offences took place on 19th September, 2010 and 9th Marcy, 2011.

St. Pauls resident, Eshwar Hardat, was fined $1500 to be paid within one week or three months imprisonment, for driving under the influence of alcohol. He was also disqualified from holding a driver’s license for one month. The offence was committed on 5th July, 2010.

Arthur Liddie of St. Johnston’s Village, Lynette Hodge of St. Peters, Pearline Greene of Old Road, James Buchanan of Conaree Beach and Norman Sabaroche of Bird Rock all pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention and were cautioned. Clayton Powell was similarly charged and he was fined $500 which is to be paid within one month or in default, sere one month at Her Majesty’s Prison.

After admitting to “keeping a broken down vehicle on Central Street”, Laughtus Bridgewater was given a one week period, by the court, to have it removed and should he fail to do so within that time, he would have to pay a fine of $500 per day until it is moved.

 

 

 

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