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Daily Archives: April 11, 2014

Ex CANU officer on gun,ammo charge

A former agent of the Customs Anti Narcotics Unit (CANU) was Friday arraigned on charges of being in illegal possession of arms and ammunition. Now a businessman, Roberto Osborne pleaded not guilty to the charges that he was in possession of one semi-automatic Smith and Wesson pistol and 11 matching rounds on April 9. Osborne of 117 Third Street, Alberttown ...

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Defence lawyer says alleged fraud money was for a DPP official

The Defence Lawyer for a man accused of fraud said his client was given more than GUY$1 million to bribe someone at the Chambers of the Director of Public Prosecutions. Attorney-at-Law, Paul Fung-a-Fat made the claim during the court appearance of 32-year old Shimell Thomas on a charge of fraudulent conversition of GUY$1,007,000 the property of Jennifer Van Sertima. The ...

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Woman charged with attempted murder of niece over affair with husband

A 26-year-old Mabaruma woman was charged with attempting to murder her niece after accusing her of having an affair with her husband. The charged was read to Uenita Marcellino of Hubo Hill, Mabaruma, North West District by Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry today and bail was refused. The matter was transferred to the Mabaruma Court for May 19. Details of the ...

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Pre-clearance travel for US-bound passengers on new carrier

Guyanese would soon be able to travel to the United States (US) almost hassle-free through the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba, officials said. This new low-cost travel option is going to be made possible through Insel Air, according to the airline’s local handling agent, Roraima Airways. “One of the distinguishing advantages of flying with Insel Air is the pre-clearance Customs ...

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