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    November 16

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Manager on firearms charge

marciadottin, marciadottin@nationnews.com

Added 10 June 2013


POLICE HAVE ARRESTED and charged a St George plantation manager with illegally transferring his licensed firearm. Adrian Ricardo Moore of Redland Plantation is expected to appear in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court today to answer the charge. According to police reports, Moore was apprehended amidst an ongoing investigation into a drug landing at Fyreswell, St Lucy, where a boat said to be registered to a company under his name was recovered from the scene. Meanwhile, a number of police units led by the Drug Squad found three firearms and a quantity of ammunition buried in an open field at Fairfield, Black Rock, St Michael. The firearms include a Mark 11 .380 calibre machine pistol, a nine millimetre pistol and a .22 revolver. No arrests have been made in connection with the discovery. (TS/PR)  


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