Delvin Maynard of Keys, was fined $700 forthwith or serve one month for driving off the bus route, $200 forthwith or one month imprisonment for failing to comply with the lawful direction of the police, $500 for making use of indecent language and $1000 in one month or one month imprisonment for making use of insulting language. These offences were committed between 22nd and 23rd June, 2010. He was also convicted of a 2nd June, 2010 offence of driving off the bus route.
Justin Hobson of Newtown was convicted of a 30th December, 2009 offence of failing to comply with a traffic sign and was fined $100 to be paid forthwith or in default, serve one week at Her Majesty’s Prison.
Andrew Skerritt of Cedar Grove was convicted of a 28th April, 2010 offence of “driving without due care and attention” and was cautioned. Conaree resident, Doan Ferdinand, was convicted of a similar offence, occurring on 18th June, 2010 and was also cautioned.
Old Road resident, Kelvin Caines, for a 24th May, 2010 offence of “driving without due care and attention” was fined $300 to be paid within two weeks or serve one month in prison.
Tabernacle’s Tyrone Nisbett was fined $200 forthwith or serve two weeks at Her Majesty’s Prison for committing the office of driving off the bus route. The offence was committed on 31st May, 2010.
For driving without due care and attention, Stu Mills of Newton Ground, was convicted and fined $650 to be paid within two weeks or serve one month behind bars. The offence was committed on 28th March, 2010.
Kasey Peets of Sandy Point was also convicted of driving without due care and attention and fined $300 to be paid within two weeks or one month imprisonment.
Upper Monkey Hill, St. Peters resident, Albert Dasent, for driving without insurance on 12th August, 2010 was fined $750 to be paid within two weeks or two months in prison.
MiyVue.com understands that a number of these persons who were convicted, were brought before the court because they failed to pay the tickets which were issued to them, within the stipulated period.
The Traffic Department is reminding motorists that once a ticket is issued, the ticketed individual has 10 days to settle the fine or face prosecution.