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Drug offenders FINED at Grenville Magistrate’s Court

  • Written by  Davis Joseph

Leroy Alexander of Cuma, St. Andrew was fined three hundred and fifty dollars to be paid in one month or serve one month in prison when he pleaded guilty of possession of nine hand roll marijuana cigarettes. 

The offender was charged by Magistrate Nevelyn John at the Grenville Magistrate’s Court last Monday. 

Meanwhile, John St. Clair of Canal Road Grenville St. Andrew was fined a total of three hundred dollars on two drug related matters when he appeared before the Grenville Magistrate’s Court last Monday.

He pleaded guilty to possession one portion of crack cocaine and one portion of marijuana.

St. Clair was fined one hundred and fifty dollars on each of the charges which he must pay in one month or spend one month in prison.

 In an unrelated matter two young men from the village of Grand Bacolet St. Andrew, jointly charged with stealing from a dwelling house, were each given six strokes, placed on a six month bond and ordered to pay compensation. 

Both men pleaded guilty to the charge before magistrate Nevelyn John last Monday.

 They have up to April 30th to pay the compensation of thirty dollars each and should either one of them break the bond they will serve three months in prison.

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