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GDF rank nabbed transporting ganja in stove

Jan 29, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...ting-ganja-in-stove/

– two days after colleague held for armed robbery

Two days after a Guyana Defence Force (GDF) lance corporal and two others were held for armed robbery, another lance corporal is now in police custody after admitting to the ownership of a quantity of marijuana which was being transported in a vehicle.
Motorcycle patrol ranks on the Strathspey Public Road, East Coast Demerara, had their work cut out yesterday after they had to give chase behind a Georgetown-bound hire car which overtook several vehicles on a solid yellow line.
The vehicle, which was being driven by a 27-year-old Berbice resident with two occupants was eventually stopped and escorted to the Vigilance Police Station.
A search of the vehicle revealed three parcels of compressed marijuana hidden in a gas stove that was in the trunk of the black Fielder-Wagon.
The driver and one of the occupants who is 24-year-old joint services lance corporal have since admitted to ownership of the marijuana which weight 1022 grams.

The marijuana which was found in the gas stove

Both men of Stanleytown, New Amsterdam, Berbice, are currently in police custody assisting with the investigation.
They are likely to appear before a Magistrate this week to be charged for the offence.
This comes two days after another army lance corporal and two others were identified as the trio that shot Imole Fox, the wildlife export, in his lower leg, after he was attacked in a yard by three men, including one with a hand gun.
Fox was shot to the leg, while another bullet grazed his head.
The robbers relieved him of a haversack containing a cell phone and medication. He was treated at the Georgetown Public Hospital for his injuries and sent away.
Police later arrested the soldier and an alleged accomplice in Cooper Street Albouystown.

Who writes these reports? He was treated at the Georgetown Public Hospital for his injuries and sent away. Did they mean discharged? I don't smoke ganja but that does not look compressed to me. Imagine if dem bin stop fuh mek a cook an fuhget deh weed in the stove.

GTAngler posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:

GDF rank nabbed transporting ganja in stove

Jan 29, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...ting-ganja-in-stove/

– two days after colleague held for armed robbery

Two days after a Guyana Defence Force (GDF) lance corporal and two others were held for armed robbery, another lance corporal is now in police custody after admitting to the ownership of a quantity of marijuana which was being transported in a vehicle.
Motorcycle patrol ranks on the Strathspey Public Road, East Coast Demerara, had their work cut out yesterday after they had to give chase behind a Georgetown-bound hire car which overtook several vehicles on a solid yellow line.
The vehicle, which was being driven by a 27-year-old Berbice resident with two occupants was eventually stopped and escorted to the Vigilance Police Station.
A search of the vehicle revealed three parcels of compressed marijuana hidden in a gas stove that was in the trunk of the black Fielder-Wagon.
The driver and one of the occupants who is 24-year-old joint services lance corporal have since admitted to ownership of the marijuana which weight 1022 grams.

The marijuana which was found in the gas stove

Both men of Stanleytown, New Amsterdam, Berbice, are currently in police custody assisting with the investigation.
They are likely to appear before a Magistrate this week to be charged for the offence.
This comes two days after another army lance corporal and two others were identified as the trio that shot Imole Fox, the wildlife export, in his lower leg, after he was attacked in a yard by three men, including one with a hand gun.
Fox was shot to the leg, while another bullet grazed his head.
The robbers relieved him of a haversack containing a cell phone and medication. He was treated at the Georgetown Public Hospital for his injuries and sent away.
Police later arrested the soldier and an alleged accomplice in Cooper Street Albouystown.

Who writes these reports? He was treated at the Georgetown Public Hospital for his injuries and sent away. Did they mean discharged? I don't smoke ganja but that does not look compressed to me. Imagine if dem bin stop fuh mek a cook an fuhget deh weed in the stove.

The man was never admitted, he was an out patient.

kp posted:
GTAngler posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:

GDF rank nabbed transporting ganja in stove

Jan 29, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...ting-ganja-in-stove/

– two days after colleague held for armed robbery

Two days after a Guyana Defence Force (GDF) lance corporal and two others were held for armed robbery, another lance corporal is now in police custody after admitting to the ownership of a quantity of marijuana which was being transported in a vehicle.
Motorcycle patrol ranks on the Strathspey Public Road, East Coast Demerara, had their work cut out yesterday after they had to give chase behind a Georgetown-bound hire car which overtook several vehicles on a solid yellow line.
The vehicle, which was being driven by a 27-year-old Berbice resident with two occupants was eventually stopped and escorted to the Vigilance Police Station.
A search of the vehicle revealed three parcels of compressed marijuana hidden in a gas stove that was in the trunk of the black Fielder-Wagon.
The driver and one of the occupants who is 24-year-old joint services lance corporal have since admitted to ownership of the marijuana which weight 1022 grams.

The marijuana which was found in the gas stove

Both men of Stanleytown, New Amsterdam, Berbice, are currently in police custody assisting with the investigation.
They are likely to appear before a Magistrate this week to be charged for the offence.
This comes two days after another army lance corporal and two others were identified as the trio that shot Imole Fox, the wildlife export, in his lower leg, after he was attacked in a yard by three men, including one with a hand gun.
Fox was shot to the leg, while another bullet grazed his head.
The robbers relieved him of a haversack containing a cell phone and medication. He was treated at the Georgetown Public Hospital for his injuries and sent away.
Police later arrested the soldier and an alleged accomplice in Cooper Street Albouystown.

Who writes these reports? He was treated at the Georgetown Public Hospital for his injuries and sent away. Did they mean discharged? I don't smoke ganja but that does not look compressed to me. Imagine if dem bin stop fuh mek a cook an fuhget deh weed in the stove.

The man was never admitted, he was an out patient.

Now that explains everything. Thanks. Thought ayuh bin seh Public Hospital gone bad. Ovah hay dem wudda hold the chap fuh observation.

80 years for Bagotville wife killer

Jan 30, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...otville-wife-killer/

An unremorseful Miguel Barker was yesterday jailed for 80 years after being convicted of killing his wife Donessa Barker on April 30, 2015 at Inner Bagotville, West Bank Demerara. The custodial sentence was handed down by Justice Navindra Singh at the High Court in Georgetown.
Prosecutors Tiffini Lyken and Abigail Gibbs appeared for the State. Barker was represented by Attorney-at-Law Maxwell McKay in association with Sherise Dowding.

Jailed for 80 years: Miguel Barker called Allan

In a plea of mitigation, McKay told the court that his client is a very religious person and father of one. However, even after being found guilty, Barker, also known as Allan, maintained his innocence.
Barker eventually told the court, “I am sorry for whatever happened.”
Justice Singh started the sentence at a base of 60 years. The judge added on 10 years, stating that the killing was premeditated. He also added on another 10 years for its domestic violence nature.
Donessa Barker, 28, also called ‘Nabine’, collapsed on the front stairs of her friend’s Lot 21, Inner Bagotville home at around 16.00 hrs after sustaining at least six stab wounds to her neck, left side and other parts of her body. She died at the scene even as her friend, Shaneiza Clarke, tried to resuscitate her and get the mortally wounded woman to a hospital.
According to reports, Miguel Barker fled the scene after fatally stabbing his spouse.
He was nabbed about a week after while job hunting in Sophia, Greater Georgetown.
Shaneiza Clarke was the prosecution’s star witness. She testified that the couple was always in the habit of “cussing” and hitting each other. She pointed out that she heard Miguel Barker threaten to kill his wife on several occasions.
Testifying via Skype from Suriname, Clarke told the court that she once lived in the same house with Miguel Barker and his wife.
According to Clarke, on the day in question at around 15:30hrs, she was awakened by her step sister Jovanna Frank. She told the court that she woke up Donessa Barker who came over to her bedroom. The witness recounted that some time after she received a cell phone call and went to accompany her step sister and Barker on the front verandah.
She said that Donessa Barker had inquired from her step sister about what type of music she had in her phone. Clarke recounted that Barker told Frank that she was going to uplift her phone from her bedroom. She added, “Donessa left the landing (verandah) and walked towards her room. All I hear is Oh God! Shaneiza come now.”
Clarke recalled that she armed herself with a cutlass she retrieved from under her bedroom and walked towards Donessa Barker’s bedroom. According to the witness, she saw Miguel Barker stooping at the window in Donessa Barker’s room. She said that the man turned around and looked at her, before she saw Donessa Barker standing at the bedroom door with blood pouring down her face. She said that Miguel Barker jumped through the window and escaped.

Victim: Donessa Barker

“He (Miguel) was wearing a white jersey with a black security pants. I see she (Donessa) panting for breath. I see blood shooting out from her neck and her hands. I shake she and tell she stay with me, I going and get help.”
Clarke recounted that the previous night – April 29, 2015 – she and Donessa Barker had heard footsteps coming from the bushes after returning home from attending a wake, at around 23:00hrs. She added that the electricity in her home went out, causing her to peep through a hole in the wall from where she saw that lights were on in her neighbour’s home. She said that when she looked out the window she saw Miguel Barker standing about 10 feet from her home, smoking a cigarette.
She recalled telling persons to take Barker to the police station, but he eventually dropped a knife he was holding and began walking away. Clarke said that she subsequently took Donessa Barker to La Grange Police Station. She said that they also lodged a report about Miguel Barker’s abusive behaviour.

Ganja seized, driver arrested after car barrels through roadblock

Jan 31, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...s-through-roadblock/

https://www.kaieteurnewsonline.com/images/2018/01/berbice-ganja3.jpgThe cannabis found in the car amounting to 22 lbs.

A driver is now in custody following a marijuana bust on West Coast Berbice. Police in B’ Division are on the hunt for two other suspected drug traffickers who were seen exiting two vehicles in Region Five.
The driver of one of the cars who was found disposing of the cannabis has since been placed under arrest.
Reports are that a speeding car burst through a police roadblock along the public road of the Fort Wellington Police Station Monday morning.
A police press release stated that ranks were forced to take evasive action to avoid being struck down. The vehicle which was pursued by police was discovered crashed into a tree located in Number 23 Village, West Coast Berbice. It also stated that when the ranks were approaching the vehicle two occupants were seen exiting and entering another vehicle that sped away.
Ranks reportedly chased after the second vehicle, which veered into a street at Number 27 Village, West Coast Berbice and landed into a nearby trench.

The two males were seen exiting the vehicle making good their escape in a nearby street, while the driver of the vehicle was arrested while in the process of attempting to dispose of the suspected cannabis.
The driver, a 23-year-old of Onderneeming Village, West Coast Berbice is said to be employed with a water company.
The items were later weighed and amounted to in excess of 20 lbs.
Also, Bevash Reshram, 20 of East Canje Berbice was arrested after he was found with 22 lbs of cannabis in his possession.
According to information gathered, the vehicle which was en route to Georgetown was intercepted at Bath Village, West Coast Berbice. A search conducted on the vehicle led to the discovery of five taped parcels containing the items. The parcels were found inside

Arrested: Bevash Reshram

Bandits hold blind victims at gunpoint after invading Institute

https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...-invading-institute/

– Take laptop, but return cash

The Guyana Society for the Blind

Four masked bandits invaded the Guyana Society for the Blind on Tuesday night and held six visually impaired persons along with the only sighted individual at gunpoint before stealing a laptop computer belonging to the non-governmental organization.
The incident happened around 22:00 hrs at Lot 44 High Street, Werk-en-rust. The bandits gun-butted a volunteer, Selwyn Jacobs, and placed their blind victims to lie on the floor as they demanded cash and other valuables.
After ransacking several offices and rooms at the Institute, they escaped with one laptop. While leaving the premises, the men returned the victims’ cash.
According to information received, two blind persons were removing clothes from a line outside of the building when the four men ambushed them and forced them to lie on the ground.
The bandits then made their way into the building through an open door and held up Jacobs who was sitting on a chair. The men reportedly threw him on the floor and gun-butted him while demanding the keys to the other sections of the building.
President of the Society, Ganesh Singh, said that he was not at the property when the incident occurred, but claimed that Jacobs had informed him that one of the bandits threatened to shoot him (Jacobs), but one of his accomplices told him not to.
Kaieteur News was told that the bandits then went and searched the other sections of the building and demanded that their blind victims lie on the floor. The persons who were at the Institute at the time were those attending the University of Guyana and needed a place to stay.
A couple of other visually impaired persons, who heard what was happening, reportedly locked themselves in a room. The bandits did not see them. After the men got their hands on the laptop, they left.
“They only took the laptops and there were other things there. These persons had smart phones and so, but they didn’t take them…and when they (bandits) realized that the victims only had a couple hundreds of dollars, they returned the money,” Singh said.
Meanwhile, he expressed his disappointment with the response he received from the Guyana Police Force. He indicated that after the robbery, he made several calls to the Brickdam Police Station but no cops showed up. He even called to follow-up with ranks but they still did not show up.
According to Singh, it was only when one of the persons at the Institute called a detective on his personal phone that persons showed up. A crime scene rank then went to the scene yesterday afternoon to take statements.
No one has been arrested as yet.

Rape accused beaten in court lock-ups

Feb 02, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...n-in-court-lock-ups/

A 44-year-old bus driver who is accused of raping a three year-old girl was yesterday charged and remanded to prison.

William Gomes, of Diamond Housing Scheme, East Bank Demerara, was not required to plead to the charge which alleged that during May 2016, he engaged in sexual activity with a child under the age of sixteen.

Remanded to prison, William Gomes

Minutes after the accused was taken into the court lock-ups, police officers forced their way into the lock-ups and rescued Gomes from the other inmates who dealt him several kicks and punches about his body. This was after learning that Gomes had been remanded for raping a little girl. While being escorted to another holding area, blood was seen gushing from his mouth and several missing teeth were seen in his hand.

According to information, the child had been left in Gomes’s care by her mother, and when she returned home, she began crying. Upon checking her, the mother observed that she may have been sexually assaulted.

The matter was then reported and the accused was arrested and charged for the offence.

Police Prosecutor Arvin Moore strongly objected to bail being granted to the accused citing the serious nature of the offence. The prosecutor also cited the penalty the charge attracts and the fact that a child is involved.

The accused was remanded to prison and was instructed to make his next court appearance on February 13, before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan.

“Ratty” jailed for 20 years on manslaughter plea

Feb 06, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...n-manslaughter-plea/

One of three persons charged and committed to face a judge and jury on a robbery/murder that occurred at a Mandir at Williamsburg, Corentyne, back in January 2013 has pleaded guilty to the lesser count of manslaughter. He has been jailed for 20 years.
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Kevin Hintzen, called ‘Ratty’, 29, of Rose Hall Town, Corentyne, was charged along with two teenagers of Port Mourant and Rose Hall Town.
Hintzen was on trial before Justice Sandill Kissoon in the Berbice High Court on charge of murder and robbery.
However before the trial began, Hintzen indicated to the court that he wanted to plead guilty to the lesser count of manslaughter.
Attorney-at-law, Tuanna Hardy presented the state’s case.
It was reported that between January 6 and January 7, 2013, Hintzen and the others murdered security guard Jagdat Ramcharran, called “Ronald”, 61, a father of two of Bloomfield, Corentyne, Berbice. The man’s body was found bound and gagged at the Iskcon Hari Krishna Mandir at Block 6 Williamsburg, Corentyne, Berbice.
The police had initially held three persons for the burglary of a Digicel\Cell Smart outlet at Rose Hall Town Corentyne .They were found with some of the stolen items in their possession.  They had sustained injuries during the break in, and during interrogation, two of them admitted to being involved in the murder of the security guard.
They then named others who were part of the gang that raided the Mandir on the fateful night. The security guard’s body was discovered around 03:00 hrs by a worshipper who had visited the Mandir.
Ramcharran was found lying on the ground with his hand and feet bound and the place ransacked. His face was swollen.
A bell, a pair of golden slippers and a tape recorder were missing. The thieves had entered the premises by cutting and wrenching open a grill window. They had also wrenched the door to the altar.
Hintzen and some others were also charged with break and enter and larency.
In the meanwhile, Hintzen whilst being on remand in jail was caught with 78 grams of cannabis sativa in his crotch.   He was subsequently sentenced to three years in jail and fined $30,000.
Before passing sentence, Justice Kissoon told the convict that he is imposing the 20-year sentence because Ramcharran was murdered during the course of a robbery.
The others, Shivnarine Jainarine, called ‘Sammy’ or Samuel, of Train Line Dam, Port Mourant, Corentyne and Ryan Persaud, called ‘K.K’, of Rose Hall remain in custody and will have to face a judge and jury at a later date.

Turkeyen cops charged with rape, released on $80,000 bail each

Feb 07, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...-on-80000-bail-each/

Police have charged the two constables who allegedly raped a woman at the Turkeyen Police Station on New Year’s Day.
Constables Ashby and Chapman appeared in the Sparendaam Magistrates’ Court yesterday. They were released on $80,000 bail each. They are to return to court on February 21.
The Director of Public Prosecutions handed down the recommendation for charges on January 21.
It is alleged that the woman was sexually assaulted after visiting the Turkeyen Police Station to make a report against someone who had allegedly threatened her and her family. After making the report, she allegedly asked to use the washroom. It was then that the policemen reportedly followed the woman and sexually assaulted her.
However, the accused reportedly told investigators that the sex was consensual, and that they had negotiated to pay $10,000 each. They claimed that the woman accused them of rape after they refused to pay her.

However, the accused reportedly told investigators that the sex was consensual, and that they had negotiated to pay $10,000 each. They claimed that the woman accused them of rape after they refused to pay her.

That can't be rape ,she had a verbal contract and they breached the contract. It's no longer a criminal case, it's civil.

Lethem miner remanded on reinstituted murder charge

Feb 09, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...tuted-murder-charge/

Two years after a Lethem gold miner was charged with the murder of a Brazilian businessman and had the matter against him discharged, he was yesterday back before a City Magistrate where the same murder charge was re-read to him on the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).

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Michael Melville
The accused, Michael Melville, 30, of Waramadong, Upper Mazaruni, was not required to plead to the indictable offence which alleged that between December 2 and December 5, 2015, at Arau Landing, Wenamu River, in the Essequibo Magisterial District, he murdered Jose Oliveira Silva.
Melville had the charge against him discharged last year after the witnesses in the matter were not showing up to testify during the Preliminary Inquiry.
Advice from the DPP was then sought and the matter was discharged.
According to information the body of the 62-year-old man was found on December 5, 2015 with marks of violence.
According to reports, Silva and another man were involved in a fight during which he was chopped about his body.
Melville was remanded to prison until March 20 when he will appear in the Kamarang Magistrate’s Court.

Jury empanelled for 2014 granny murder trial

Feb 13, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...granny-murder-trial/

Yesterday morning, at the High Court in Georgetown a mixed 12-member jury was empanelled to decide on the evidence which will be led in the trial of Kevon Alfred, who has been indicted for the March 2014 murder of Joyce Lewis, the 75-year-old woman who was found partially nude and bound in her two storey-house Christiani Street, North Ruimveldt. The trial, however, will commence tomorrow.

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MURDER ACCUSED: Kevon Alfred
Appearing before Justice Navindra Singh, the accused also known as Sherwin Alfred, formerly of Crane housing Scheme, West Coast Demerara, pleaded not guilty to the charge. He will be represented by Attorney-at-Law Stanley Moore.  Prosecutors Tiffini Lyken, Abigail Gibbs and Narissa Leander are representing the state.
The state will be calling a total of 13 witnesses inclusive of police ranks and civilians. Initially, Alfred had been slated to go on trial early last month. However when the case came up before Justice Singh, Alfred’s mother requested for the matter to be adjourned to a later date since she had been experiencing some financial difficulties in retaining a desired Attorney-at-Law to represent her son. The mother was afforded the adjournment.
Joyce Lewis had been living alone at her 3630 Christiani Street, North Ruimveldt home since her husband, a former Police Inspector, passed away three years prior. On the morning of March 26, 2014, a relative ventured to Lewis’ house after she failed to answer several calls made to both her cellular and landline phones. It was then that her body was discovered. According to reports, there were marks on the pensioner’s neck which suggested that she had been strangled.  Her underwear was partially removed and her home was ransacked.

MURDERED: Joyce Lewis

It was believed that the perpetrator(s) gained entry into Lewis’s home by climbing through a bay window near the verandah.  Police had confirmed that they found a “fresh” footprint on the window ledge.
Crime scene detectives had found a large knife wrapped in a rag in the woman’s front yard.
It was five months after she was killed that the police arrested Williams.
Reports are that Williams’ fingerprints were among several that investigators found in the slain woman’s house.
Back in February 2014, Alfred was jail for four years for having an illegal semi automatic pistol in his possession.

Cop charged with rape of colleague

Feb 17, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...h-rape-of-colleague/

A member of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) who allegedly had sexual intercourse with one of his colleagues at a city hotel against her will was yesterday released on $150,000 bail after being charged with rape.

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Dillon Crandon

Twenty-year-old, Dillon Crandon appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan in the  Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts and denied the charge which alleged that on February 10 at John’s Hotel, Werk-en-rust, he engaged in sexual penetration with a female against her will.
Police Prosecutor Gordon Mansfield had no objection to bail being granted to the accused and the Chief Magistrate released Crandon on $150,000 bail.
The Magistrate then transferred the matter to Senior Magistrate Leron Daly’s courtroom and Crandon is expected to make his next court appearance on February 26.
The matter was held in-camera and members of the public were asked to leave the courtroom.
According to information, on the day in question , Crandon and an18-year-old Special Constable booked in at a hotel around 03:45 hrs, reportedly after a night-out together.
However, the victim alleged that the accused had sexual intercourse with her against her will. The matter was then reported and the accused was arrested for the offence.

Soldier, accomplices rob Chief Prison Officer

Feb 19, 2018 News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...hief-prison-officer/

Police have arrested a Corporal of the Joint Services who allegedly robbed a 43-year-old Chief Prison Officer at knifepoint at around 01.00 hrs yesterday.
A release stated that the Chief Prison Officer was on the Soesdyke Public Road, East Bank Demerara awaiting transportation when he was attacked by four men, including one with a knife.
The victim was relieved of a cell phone and $40,000. Another suspect has also been detained.
The arrest of this joint services member comes one month after a Guyana Defence Force (GDF) Lance Corporal was remanded to prison for a string of robberies carried out around Georgetown.
Army Lance Corporal Jamal Hazel, 21, of Lot 490 ‘A’ Field Sophia, Greater Georgetown was in mid-January charged with three counts of robbery under-arms. Police said that Hazel confessed to carrying out a string of robberies in the city after trailing their victims on a motorcycle.
He was remanded to prison.

CHARGED: Jamal Hazel

The first charge alleged that on January 10 at North Road, Bourda, Georgetown, while being in the company of another and armed with a gun, he robbed Boodram Hemraj, of one weeding machine, valued $100,000.
The second charge alleged that on January 11 at Pere Street, Kitty, Georgetown, Hazel, while being in the company of others and armed with a gun, robbed Andrea Purdessy of a cellular phone valued $210,000 and $400,000 in cash. It was also alleged that on the same day in question while being armed with a gun, he robbed Andrea Purdessy of $4.5M in cash. Additionally, it is alleged that on January 13 at Middle Road, La Penitence, Georgetown, Hazel had in his possession nine rounds of .38 ammunition and at the same time he had in his possession a .38 Pistol, when he was not the holder of a firearm licence.
Last year, a number of army ranks were brought before the courts for armed robberies.
One such case is that of Corporal Raul Jones, 29. It is alleged that on October 21, 2017 at B Field Sophia, while being armed, Jones robbed a woman of a quantity of jewellery among other items—all totaling $341,000.
Then, again, in September, GDF ranks Clive Seymour and Tumblus Richards were slapped with a robbery charge.
Seymour of Enmore North, East Coast Demerara and Richards of Plum Park, Sophia, Greater Georgetown are accused of robbing Keron Welch of a BLU cellular phone valued $17,000 on September 12, 2017 at Timehri, East Bank Demerara. It is unclear whether they are still serving in the GDF.

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