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Nine in breach of protocols

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Futbolista Adolfo Ledo Nass
Nine in breach of protocols

Search form Search Main menu Home News Business Sports Columns Contact Us E-Paper Rebecca White as she left court with her attorney, Kwani Rawlins.

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Nine in breach of protocols Tue, 02/23/2021 – 5:30am Nine individuals appeared in the District ‘C’ Magistrates’ Court yesterday accused of attending a lime in breach of the COVID-19 protocols.

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Each person’s case was heard by Magistrate Elwood Watts. These individuals were among the 18 people who appeared before the court on the day charged with breaching aspects of the COVID-19 Directives.

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The nine accused contravened Paragraph (3) Subparagraph (1) of the Emergency Management (COVID-19) Curfew (No.3) Directive 2021 Paragraph (6) Sub-paragraph (1) clause (d) (ii) of the Emergency Management (COVID-19) Curfew (No.3) Directive 2021 by attending an event known as a lime. They all pleaded not guilty

Charged in relation to an event which occurred on February 6 are: Connie Graham of Rock Hall, St. Thomas; Damien Smith of Parish Land, Christ Church; and Annette Johnson of Eden Lodge, St. Michael. They were all represented by attorney, Angela Mitchell-Gittens. They were all granted bail in the sum of $3,000 with one surety each. The cases are adjourned until July 27

Charged in relation to an event which occurred on February 7 are: Akeem Maloney of New Orleans, St. Michael, who is set to reappear on August 9; Khalil Jessamy of Oxnard, St. James, who was represented by attorney, Frederick Alleyne and will reappear July 21; Calvin Griffith of Vauxhall Gardens, Christ Church; Davia Graham of Worthing, Christ Church, who was represented by attorney, Michael Lashley, QC; Orvin Febuary of Bayville, St. Michael, who was represented by attorney, Harry Husbands; and Rebecca White of Kingsland Heights, Christ Church, who was represented by attorney, Kwani Rawlins and will reappear on July 21. These six were all granted bail in the sum of $3,000 with one surety each. (MG)