Bail has been granted to Catherine Humphreys of Layou and Tracian Etienne of Canefield who were jointly charged for the importation of ammunition. Humphreys and Etienne were brought before Magistrate Bernard Pacquette on Monday January 25, 2016 at a Roseau Court.
According to the charge read, nineteen (19) rounds of twelve 12-gauge ammunition was found in Etienne’s possession on 22nd January at the Roseau Ferry Terminal, without a valid license. After the charge was read, an emotional Etienne looked at her co-defendant and said “why you doing that to me nah?”
Both defendants pleaded not guilty to the charge and were granted ten thousand dollars ($10 000) bail each. As part of the bail conditions Humphrey is to surrender her passport and report to the St Joseph Police Station every Monday and Friday between 7am to 7pm. Etienne, who was ordered to report to the Roseau Police Station, was not asked to surrender her travel documents. Humphreys is represented by Gina Dyer Munroe, and Etienne is represented by Tiyani Behanzin.
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