Man charged with firearms offences
A Bermudian man living in the United States was charged with three counts of importation of firearms components yesterday.
James Rumley, 37, appeared in Magistrates’ Court.
He did not enter a plea because the case must be heard in the Supreme Court.
One offence is alleged to have happened on June 3 and the other two on October 14.
Magistrate Maxanne Anderson remanded Rumley in custody and adjourned the case until the December Supreme Court arraignments session.
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