Police charge two men for alleged possession of illegal meat
From the Courts
November 12, 2021
Police charge two men for alleged possession of illegal meat

The police say they have arrested and jointly charged Olrick Stevens, a 35 years old labourer of Georgetown, and Gregory Jacobs, 45 years old a butcher of San Souci with allegedly having in their possession a piece of rope, two cutlasses, one silver file, one empty feed sack, one blank handle knife, one flash light and one plastic covering used in the course of the offence of theft. The incident occurred at Rawacou on November 8, 2021.The two accused were additionally charged with handling stolen goods. Stevens allegedly had in his possession 10lbs of beef, while Jacobs had 362lbs of beef and 40lbs of pork reasonably suspected of being stolen or unlawfully obtained. The incident occured at San Souci on November 8.

The police say Jacobs was further charged with allegedly knowing or believing one brown and black cattle head to be stolen goods; he dishonestly received same for his own benefit. That incident is said to have occurred at San Souci between November 5 and November 8, 2021.

Both men are expected to appear in the Serious Offences Court to answer the charges.