Trio charged with breaking into cars at ‘Flashback’ show

Three men were yesterday granted $75,000 bail each on charges of breaking and entering vehicles and stealing items at the recent “Flashback” show.

It is alleged that Eon Thomas, Courtney Sabosa and Marlon Williams (no addresses provided), between January 6th and 7th, broke and entered the car of Kenrick Daniel and stole items valued $153,000.

It is further alleged that the three men on the same dates broke and entered the car of Ricky Notes and stole items valued $127,000.

The third charge states that three men on the same dates broke and entered the motor vehicle of Derek Henry and stole items valued $78,900.

Thomas, Sabosa and Williams denied all three of the charges.

Magistrate Fabayo Azore granted the men bail at the sum of $75,000 each and adjourned the matter until February 7th.


Top Cop defends fatal shooting of seawall robbery suspects

The recent fatal shooting of the three accused robbery suspects along the Seawall Public Road, in Georgetown, was justified, according to Commissioner of Police (ag) David Ramnarine, who yesterday warned that failure to swiftly apprehend the lone escaped suspect could result in an act of retribution.

Finance Minister projects up to one million barrels of oil per day in late 2020s

Speaking at a recent mining conference in Canada, Minister of Finance Winston Jordan projected that by the late 2020s, Guyana could be producing one million barrels of oil per day.

Truck, holding area destroyed in fire at GPL Kingston power plant

Workers of Power Producers and Distributors Inc (PPDI) and the Guyana Fire Service (GFS) yesterday managed to contain and put out a fire in the Guyana Power and Light Inc (GPL) Kingston power plant compound.

Gold reserves down as advantage being taken of higher price – BoG

The value of Guyana’s gold reserves has decreased as the Bank of Guyana takes advantage of higher international prices to sell.

US Ambassador hands over US$20,000 in equipment to police force’s planning unit

United States Ambassador to Guyana Perry Holloway yesterday handed over US$20,000 in electronic equipment to the Guyana Police Force’s Strategic Planning Unit in an effort to enhance its capacity to address modern crimes.


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