St Elizabeth cops charge 3 men with illegal possession of firearm

News post October 7, 2015

ST ELIZABETH, Jamaica – Three men are to face the court today to answer to charges of illegal possession of firearm after police on Saturday allegedly found a gun in the vehicle they were travelling.

Two of the accused have been identified as 34-year-old Dalton Lindo and 25-year-old Randal Reid both of Whithorn, Westmoreland.  The third man is 41-year-old Devon Francis of Braemar Avenue in Kingston and Brompton Lane in Black River, St Elizabeth.

Police reports are that about 4:30 pm, the driver of a Honda Acura motorcar was signalled to stop during an operation on Main Street in Santa Cruz, St Elizabeth.

The vehicle, driver and two passengers were searched and a Sig Sauer pistol and two 9mm rounds of ammunition were seized. The men were subsequently arrested.

They are scheduled to appear before the Santa Cruz Resident Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday, October 7.

Investigations continue.

 

 

Published By: The Observer

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