Man Arrested: Suspicion Of Possessing Ammo

September 6, 2016

A 21-year-old man was found lying near the roadside after a collision in St. George’s, and he was taken to hospital and later arrested on “suspicion of possessing ammunition.”

A police spokesperson said, “Around 2:15pm on Monday, September 5th police and first responders attended a reported collision in the Mullet Bay Road, St. George’s area where a 21 year old man was found lying near the roadside.

“The individual was taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment of non-life threatening injuries and later arrested on suspicion of possessing ammunition.

“The investigation into this matter is ongoing, with a file being prepared for review by the Department of Public Prosecutions [DPPs] office.”

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  1. Smarter441 says:

    I guess they have all the ammo they need to arrest him LOL!!!!

  2. Cedar Stump says:

    Will he get time or a slap on the wrist ?

    • Comrad Sinkyboat says:

      thats if they can prosecute correctly in the first place sorry their record on convictions isn’t that great.

  3. Widget says:

    How come we haven’t heard if they charged you know, the guy that shot himself. And did they find the gun. Just maybe the bullets fit that gun. News at eleven.

  4. Dr Dolittle says:

    they will slap his wrist and fine him less than a speeding ticket, he will be out on bail tommorow and his family is probably related to half the police and courts so, nothing new….
    but if you go 35mph you get fined $350….go figure… justice? HA. no.

    Anyways. I said it before and people supported it. Got ammo? Get shot with it. Every bullet you own. MAKE IT LAW. Shoot his feet n hands so he cant hold a gun and run away from his victims.

    If you slap him on the wrist you are no better than if you were the one GIVING him the gun in the first place. You always encourage and support criminal behaviour instead of punish it. Dont let him off because he is from a bad hood or a rough family. Like judges have said before about other evil criminals who killed people.

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