Ten Lindeners charged with lobbing missiles, other offences

Police say that the following persons have been charged after the unrest in Linden and appeared in the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court today before Magistrate Hazel Octive-Hamilton.

Glenroy Chapman, 34 years, of Half Mile, Wismar, was charged with throwing missiles, assaulting a peace officer and possession of a component of ammunition.  He was placed on bail on the other two charges and remanded to prison until September 17, 2012, on the charge of possession of a component of ammunition.

Ulric Lowenfield, 24 years, of Blue Berry Hill, Wismar; Garfield Jones, 44 years, of Silvertown; Wismar; Dexter Benjamin, 35 years, of Half Mile, Wismar; Kareen Ashby, 44 years; Ivan Webster, 29 years; and Delson Lampkin, 43 years; all of Amelia’s Ward, Linden; and Jamal Somerset, 19 years, of Wisroc Housing Scheme, Wismar, were all charged with throwing missiles. They have been placed on $7,500 bail each to return to court on September 17, 2012.

Ricky Fredericks, 44 years, of One Mile, Wismar, was charged with using indecent language and placed on $5,000 bail for court on September 17, 2012.

Ron Bovell, 20 years, of Cinderella City, Wismar, was charged with carrying an offensive weapon and was placed on $10,000 bail for court on September 17, 2012.

 

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