Twenty-two charged with traffic offences during funeral procession

During the funeral of Lloyd Hazel of Hill Street, Georgetown, which took place at the Le Repentir Cemetery last month, the police say that a number of motorists exhibited disregard of the law and in some instances disrespect for the police ranks who were making efforts to ensure that the free flow of traffic was maintained. A police release today said that their actions resulted in severe obstruction to traffic during the movement of the funeral procession.

In enforcing the laws, the police say they charged a number of motorists for causing obstruction and others for failing to wear safety helmet.

Those charged with causing obstruction were:

Osaie Nedd, Campbellville Housing Scheme; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Orlando Spencer, Lyng Street, Charlestown; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Emanly Nedd, Land of Canaan, EBD; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Karen Morris, Hill Street, Lodge; 2 charges. Issued Traffic Tickets $5000.00 each

Ronda Lowe, Joseph Pollydore Street, Lodge; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Wesley Anthony Saunders, Barrow Street, Republic Park, EBD; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Mitchelle Henry, Holmes Street, South Cummingsburg; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Rawle Critchlow, Cane View Avenue, South Ruimveldt; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Anirudra Budhram, 10th Street Cummings Lodge; Charged and appeared in Court on

2014-06-03. Pleaded Guilty and fined $10,000.00.

Tamika Samuels, Dandrade Street, Newtown; Charged for Court on 2014-07-03

Those charged with failing to wear safety helmet were:

Travis Bowen, Independence Boulevard, La Penitence; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Odessa Alves, Lyng & Howes Streets, Charlestown; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Hazel Alves, Lyng & Howes Streets Charlestown; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Carl Haynes, Freeman Street, East La Penitence; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Sergio Irfan, New Scheme, Grove; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Jammal Ryan Eastman, Durban Street, Lodge; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Lester King, Lodge Housing Scheme; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Basil Jeffrey, Layou Street, North Ruimveldt; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Dameon Bynoe, Damabeer Terrace, North Ruimveldt; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Maxroy Jemmott, Plum Park, South Sophia; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Kurt Adrian Dickson, Holmes Street, South Cummingsburg; Issued Traffic Ticket $5000.00

Kester Sherwyn Evelyn, Festival City, North Ruimveldt; Charged for Court on 2014-07-04

 

Hazel was fatally shot at Main Street, Georgetown, on May 09, 2014, by a Private Security Guard during an armed robbery committed by himself and an accomplice on a salesman of the Fix It Hardware Store.

 

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