Friday, March 1, 2024

Accused: Gun left there by ‘Ross’


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Accused Matthew Omar Adams told police a gun found at his house was left there by alias Ross.

This was the testimony of Constable Derwin Belgrave who was testifying in the No. 5 Supreme Court yesterday.

The lawman said Adams was already at the Oistins Police Station when he applied for a warrant to search his Warners Gardens, Christ Church home.

Other lawmen, the accused and he then went to the accused man’s home. It was as they were searching the living room that he saw a blue and white cap on a shelf. (HLE)

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