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Daily Archives: April 16, 2014

Customs Officer arraigned for cocaine-in-mail

A Customs Officer was Wednesday arraigned on a charge of being in possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking. Clive David of 22 Princess Street, Lodge, Georgetown pleaded not guilty to the charge for the offence he allegedly committed between April 9 and 11 at the Guyana Post Office Corporation. He is accused of being in possession of 647 ...

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Bogus teacher bailed for threatening to kill brother

A man, who falsely claimed that he was a teacher at a city school, was Tuesday granted GUY$20,000 for allegedly threatening to kill his brother. Brian Matheson,38, of Princess Street, Wortmanville, pleaded not guilty to using threatening language on Mark Matheson on April 9  at Princess Street where a breach of the peace may be occasioned. The accused told the ...

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Father of three pleads guilty to burglary; begs for light penalty

A father of three, who is expecting a fourth child, has pleaded guilty to break and enter and larceny, but would be sentenced early next month after a probation report is filed. Twenty-four year old Seon Blair appealed to Chief Magistrate, Priya Sewnarine-Beharry to be lenient with him because he has three children and he was expecting a third one ...

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Supreme Court now financially insulated from the Executive

The Guyana government  on Tuesday agreed to “insulate” the judiciary from financial control of the executive by setting aside a lump sum money for it to spend as it sees fit in keeping with rules of accountability. Finance Minister, Dr. Ashni Singh announced the decision to the National Assembly’s Committee of Supply which is considering estimated expenditures for the 2014 ...

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