04 June 2004

Four convicted for burglary


Four men from Barrouallie were convicted for burglary on Tuesday as the June sitting of the criminal assizes got underway before the High Court.Leonar...

Lokeisha’s murder case adjourned


The start of the Lokeisha Nanton Murder trial has been delayed.The case had been listed for the June sitting of the criminal assizes, but, during the ...
28 May 2004

Chief Magistrate commends Police


The Narcotics Division of the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force and court prosecutor, Sergeant Adolphus Delpesche have been commended ...

Man gets nine months for marijuana


A man who was sentenced to six months for controlled drugs in April has been given an additional nine months on another drug charge. Patrick Nero, wh...

Two Calliaqua men convicted for ganja


Two men from Calliaqua were convicted for possessing 21,792 grammes (48 pounds) of marijuana with intent to supply when they appeared before the Serio...

Union Island man on unlawful possession charge


Desmond James of Union Island is expected to reappear before the Serious Crime Court on June 24, this year, to answer a charge of unlawful possession ...
21 May 2004

No bomb hearing yet


The preliminary inquiry into the planting of an explosive device in a businessman’s vehicle is yet to get off to a start.The inquiry, which was p...

ASP Walker says thanks


Retired Assistant Superintendent of Police, Vincent Walker has expressed deep gratitude to Almighty God, his wife and colleagues for guidance and prot...

3 for attempted murder trial


The Serious OffenceSS Court last week committed a Vincentian labourer, an Indian cook and a Trinidadian technician to stand trial for allegedly attemp...

Five murder accused to know fate soon


Five young men from the Rillan Hill and Chauncey areas will have to wait until June 7, to know whether they will be committed to stand trial for murde...