Georgetown farmer nabbed with firearm and ammunition
Tarique Sutton (left) has been charged for being in possession of a gun and ammunition
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November 13, 2022

Georgetown farmer nabbed with firearm and ammunition

Tafique Sutton, a 27-year-old farmer of Georgetown, was arrested and charged on Saturday, November 12, for being in possession of one Glock 40 pistol and 16 rounds of .40 ammunition without a license.

The arrest was made by officers attached to the Rapid Response Unit (RRU).

A release from the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (RSVGPF) said “… a party of RRU personnel … [was] on mobile patrol duty about the Georgetown District when they observed the accused with a grey Gucci bag at a restaurant and bar in the area.

“The officers became suspicious and requested a search which led to the discovery of the firearm and the ammunition.”

Sutton was cautioned and later charged with possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition.

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