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Three charged with shelter in place breaches

Three people were today charged with breaches of state of emergency regulations at an online sitting of Magistrates' Court.

Rickai Raynor, 22, from Southampton, pleaded not guilty to allegations that he broke shelter in place rules by driving a car along Spice Hill Road yesterday and that he failed to stop for police.

Sergio Robinson Woolridge, 29, denied that he broke curfew by leaving his home yesterday.

The Pembroke man also pleaded not guilty to a visit to a home on Lighthouse Hill, Southampton on the same day - an alleged breach of the shelter in place regulations.

Stephen Thompson, 38, also of Pembroke, denied that he broke curfew by leaving home yesterday and that he drove a car on St David's Road, St George's against the regulations.

All three defendants appeared through video networking service Zoom.

Senior magistrate Juan Wolffe released the three on $3,000 bail each and adjourned the cases until April 20.

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Published April 09, 2020 at 10:47 pm (Updated April 09, 2020 at 10:47 pm)

Three charged with shelter in place breaches

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