Trayon Moore, the man who police say helped Randy Morris rob a Bourda Market vendor in the moments before he was shot dead, was yesterday arraigned on an attempted armed robbery charge at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.
A man, who said he beat his 14-year-old daughter for sleeping out and continually having sexual relations with adult men, was yesterday sentenced to six weeks imprisonment by Magistrate Hazel Octive-Hamilton.
A man who threatened to physically harm his wife at her workplace because she did not call to wish him happy Father’s Day was yesterday bonded to keep the peace and be of good behaviour for one year.
An office assistant of the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court, who said he tried to smuggle cocaine to the Cayman Islands to help his sisters, was yesterday sentenced to four years in jail.
A mother of four, who said that she could have been killed on Thursday night, continues to live in constant fear while charging that the police remain reluctant to heed her cries for safety.
Jormin Jackson who is accused of causing the death of five persons in Monday’s Homestretch Avenue accident was yesterday remanded to prison when he made his appearance before Magistrate Hazel Octive-Hamilton.
Chandraradha Rampersaud and six alleged co-conspirators that include ex-policeman Shawn Hinds were yesterday charged with Tuesday’s $7M Bel Air Gardens robbery.
The charge against Anand Narine, who was accused of circulating nude photos of his ex-wife Babita Sarjoo, was dismissed yesterday after the court upheld the no-case submission made by the defence.
Amidst heavy police presence, the mother and stepfather of slain teenager Neesa Gopaul were yesterday charged with her murder at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.
By Floyd Christie The outdoor New Amsterdam Burnham Basketball Court in Berbice is fast becoming a relic.
-cop among four accused conspirators Rawle Newton was yesterday charged with murdering two gold dealers at Bartica, while four others, including a policeman, were accused of aiding and abetting in the crime.
Ambitious 24-year-old Renee´ Chester who is no stranger to the local fashion and pageant industries will be Guyana’s representative at this year’s Miss Global International Pageant billed for September 26 at the Grand Palladium Resort and Spa Hotel, Jamaica.
– would feel safer sleeping in prison An auto dealer who was reportedly unable to honour his obligation of supplying vehicles to his clients after receiving payments from them was yesterday remanded to prison when he appeared before acting Chief Magi-strate Melissa Robertson at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court accused of a multi-million dollar fraud.
An art exhibition by some children from West Ruimveldt and its immediate environs yesterday marked the end of a five-week summer programme that is trying to ensure continuity in learning between school years.
Jared Peroune has a love for the piano where he finds his sanctuary.
Hits & Jams Promotions is promising Guyanese an “explosive affair” during their popular summer break with the traditional Miss Jamzone pageant being a thing of the past since it will not only be Guyanese faces gracing the stage, but the faces of contestants from seven other Caribbean countries.
-after court hears of abuses ‘Meh worship me in want to end up dead like all dem women wah does end up being kill by deh husband.
‘Joyous madness’ as Lindener wins car By Femi Harris It is a bit of an oddity that a beauty pageant crown is on the head of new JamZone queen, Charis Joseph because those who know her see her as the regular sneakers type who treats stilettos as if they don’t exist.
-latest in series of family woesAn accident at the junction of Camp and Lamaha streets on Thursday night has left one man dead and two others nursing wounds at the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH); one in a critical state in the intensive care unit (ICU), and the other in the male open ward.
Four bandits invaded a Herstelling home early yesterday morning and carted off a number of household items valued some $700,000 after which they were apprehended by the police and placed in custody.
-victim was in excruciating pain for 10 days before taken to hospital A 78-year-old woman was taken to her home by a taxi driver who had knocked her down with his car, causing her to sustain a broken leg and hip.
-granted $300,000 bail Farood Mohamed, the man who allegedly caused the death of three persons as a result of dangerous driving, was yesterday placed on bail in the sum of $300,000 when he appeared before Magi-strate Priya Beharry at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court.
Another man accused of setting the Ministry of Health on fire was yesterday remanded to prison when he appeared before Acting Chief Magistrate Melissa Robertson at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court.
Photos by Jules Gibson This week we asked the man and woman in the street their views about domestic violence, what they think is the biggest factor and what should be done.