Coconut vendor charged for malicious damage to property

first_imgA 38-year-old resident of Costello Housing Scheme, Georgetown, on Wednesday found himself before Magistrate Faith McGusty, slapped with two charges of malicious damage to property.The charges against Robert Cox, a coconut vendor, detailed that on October 14, 2018, at Costello Housing Scheme, he unlawfully and maliciously damaged a chair set valued $70,000 and two mattresses valued $60,000; the property of Dexter Harry.Another charge stated that on the said date and location, he unlawfully and maliciously damaged one bed and clothing among other items at a total value of $85,500.The defendant denied both charges.Police Prosecutor Annalisa Brummell made no objections to bail being granted.As a result, Magistrate McGusty placed Cox on $20,000 bail. The case will continue on January 16.last_img read more

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Trudeau eats a chocolate bar gets called out by Tory MP

first_imgOTTAWA (660 NEWS) – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing some ridicule in the House of Commons but it’s not for his policies.During the marathon voting session in the House, Conservative MP Scott Reid pointed out that he noticed a number of Liberal MPs snacking, including the Prime Minister.“The Prime Minister has already stained this place with corruption, he does not need to stain it with mustard as well,” said Reid who originally thought Trudeau was eating a bagel.READ MORE: Marathon voting session continues in the House of CommonsTrudeau eventually apologized, saying he was eating a chocolate bar, not a bagel as Reid had said.Rules in the House of Commons state that only bring water can be consumed in the House.last_img read more

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