Anguilla Police Report March 23, 2017

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23 year old male arrested for Obstruction

The Royal Anguilla Police on Friday 17th March, 2017 arrested twenty-three (23) year old Jerard Pascal of Pond Ground, East End who was later charged for Obstruction.

The male was taken before the Magistrate’s Court on Monday 20th March, 2017 and was granted bail in the sum of EC $1000.00 in his own recognizance. He is to reappear in Court on the 12th April 2017 to answer to the charge.


 

19 year old male arrested for Cultivation and Possession of Cannabis, Possession of Firearm and Ammunition

The Royal Anguilla Police on Wednesday 15th February, 2017 arrested nineteen (19) year old Joden Lewis of West End who was later charged with Possession of Firearm and Ammunition, and Cultivation and Possession of Cannabis.

The alleged offender who was taken before the Magistrate’s Court on Friday 17th February 2017, was offered bail but was unable to meet the conditions. On Tuesday 21st March 2017, the alleged offender was granted bail in the sum of EC $60,000.00 bond and

EC $5000.00 cash with one surety. He is to reappear in Court on the 8th of June 2017 to answer to the charge.

The bail conditions are that the alleged offender has to surrender his travel documents and report to The Valley Police Station every Friday between 6:00AM and 6:00PM.


 

RAPF takes another step I their fight against illegal firearm use in Anguilla

Five members of the Royal Anguilla Police Force have benefited from training enabling the organization to now examine and identify ammunition used in Anguilla in criminal activity.

The training which was conducted during the week 13th – 17th March, 2017 exposed the officers to the equipment, technology and process of examining rounds, spent cartridges as well as projectiles associated with the illegal use of firearms in Anguilla.

The equipment was provided by Electronics Forensic Technology Ltd., to the sum of US $350000.00 which now forms part of the new RAPF Forensic and Exhibit Centre provided by Child Exploitation and Online Protection Funding.

The acquisition of this technology will now allow the RAPF to handle and process firearm related cases in a timelier manner at the same time alleviating the need to import specialist services during the investigation of firearms related matters.