Twenty-one-year-old Christopher Matthews, of Lot 287 Beverly Close, South Ruimveldt, who goes by several aliases, was yesterday remanded by Magistrate Hazel Octive-Hamilton.The allegation was that Matthews,Wholesale Jerseys China
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, last, had in his possession one pistol when he was not the holder of a firearm license. Another charge stated on the same day he had in his possession nine live rounds of .22 ammunition.He pleaded not guilty to the charges and was represented by attorney at law James Bond, who in a bail application, told the court that Matthews was never in possession of a gun. Bond explained that gun in question has no relationship to his client since it was found at another location far from his client.He said that the police arrested Matthews because two of his friends were held and they mentioned his name.Police Prosecutor Shellon Daniels objected to bail since no special reasons were given to the court.According to the prosecutor, Matthews was in company of two men. She said that the police who were on mobile patrol saw them acting in a suspicious manner.The prosecutor said that after Matthews saw the police he threw a haversack containing the gun in a nearby drain.Daniels noted that the police were able to retrieve the haversack and the gun, along with other items.Matthews, according to the prosecutor,NFL Jerseys Supply
, was arrested 30 minutes later on Regent Street. Bail was denied by the magistrate and he is expected to make another court appearance on June 8.The same defendant and two others then appeared before Acting Chief Magistrate Melissa Robertson charged with attempting to commit a felony.Christopher Matthews 21, Terrence Waldron 17,China NFL Jerseys
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, are accused of attempting to commit a felony or waiting for the opportunity to commit a felony on April 4.They all pleaded not guilty.Matthews and Waldron were represented by attorneys at law James Bond and Rexford Jackson. Both lawyers in their bail application asked for reasonable bail. They also argued that their clients were never in possession of a dangerous weapon and that they were doing errands for relatives when they were picked up by the police.But Police Prosecutor Stephen Telford objected to bail. He said that the boys were seen walking on Aubrey Barker Street when the police observed them acting suspicious. He said Matthews had the bag and they all began to run from the police.The prosecutor said that a Western Union receipt was found in the bag and it helped the police to arrest Matthews.Bail was granted to Rodney and Waldron in the sum of $50,000 and bail was refused for Matthews. They are expected to make another court appearance on April 23.