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A Picton Road
Laventille man has
been charged with
being in possession
of ransom money
connected with the
kidnapping of San Fer-
Jesten Superville was
yesterday charged by
police under Section
Four of the Kidnapping
Act Chapter 11:26 for
allegedly being in pos-
session of $2,500 from
the $270,000 ransom
paid by relatives to have
Superville is now fac-
ing the possibility of 15
years in prison.
According to Section
Four of the Kidnapping
Act “a person who re-
ceives, has possession of
or disposes of any money
or property or any pro-
ceeds thereof, which has
previously been delivered
as ransom in connection
with an offence punish-
able under section Three,
knowing or having reason
to believe that the money
or other property had, at
any time, been delivered
as such ransom, commits
an offence and is liable to
imprisonment for not less
than fifteen years.”
Superville was one
of two men who High
Court Judge Ricky Rahim
ordered police officers on
Friday to either charge or
set free by 11.30 am yes-
terday following a writ
of habeas corpus filed
by attorney Criston J
Superville was charged
yesterday morning while
the second man was re-
leased by police.
On June 29, Laing, 54,
the owner of Puff n’ Stuff
Bakery in San Fernando,
was snatched outside his
His relatives received
a $270,000 ransom de-
mand which was paid
later that day in two
A bag containing
$30,000 was dropped off
at Phase 1 Beetham Gar-
dens around 8 am, while
another bag containing
$240,000 was left on
the pavement near Tate-
co (Trinidad and Tobago
Credit Union in Barataria,
later in the day.
Following the full
payment of the ransom
Laing was released un-
hurt along the Beetham
On July 1, Superville
and two others were al-
legedly held at Alicia’s
Palace in St Ann’s where
$2,500 cash said to be
part of Laing’s ransom
payment as well as a
cellular phone where
conversations related to
the kidnapping were in-
tercepted were obtained
Gregory Laing kidnapping...
One man charged with
having ransom money
A Valencia man is fighting for
his life at hospital after being shot
in his head and legs.
Adrian Hosein, 26, a PH driver, of
Plantation Road, was shot by an un-
known gunman yesterday afternoon.
Hosein was rushed by residents to
the Sangre Grande District Hospital,
where he underwent emergency sur-
gery and was warded in critical con-
dition up to late yesterday.
Police reported that around 12.30
pm, Hosein was sitting next to his ve-
hicle on Plantation Road, when a man
dressed in a red overall approached
him, pulled out a gun and began firing
Hosein ran off but was followed by
the gunman. Hosein fell to the ground.
Resident who heard the loud ex-
plosions and came out to investigate
Police have increased patrols in the
area since three men have lost their
lives within a few days as a result of
On Friday, a man of KP lands, Va-
lencia, died at hospital after he was
shot while working on a box drain in
Visiting the scene were Sgt Ed-
wards, PCs Khan, Baptiste, CSI of-
ficers, Sangre Grande Police.
PC Baptiste of the Valencia Police
Post is continuing investigations.
A Charlotte Street fruit vendor
was rushed to the Port-of-Spain
General Hospital after he was shot
in the neck by a stray bullet from
an alleged gang-related shooting
Nigel Nandlal, 44, was said to be
in critical but stable condition up to
late yesterday. He was selling at his
fruit stall on Inn Hing Supermarket’s
compound, Charlotte Street, Port-of-
Spain, just after 2 pm when he was
hit by a stray bullet that came from
the vicinity of the nearby Duke and
Charlotte Street corner.
The Port-of-Spain CID received a
report that there was a bottle throwing
incident near the area around 1 pm,
where the bullet came from, prior to
Nandlal being shot.
CID said a gunman returned a little
after 2 pm and fired indiscriminately
at people in the crowd and Nandlal
was an innocent bystander.
Pedestrians, shoppers and vendors
scampered for safety.
A vendor called on Port-of-Spain
Mayor Joel Martinez to provide police
protection for Charlotte Street ven-
dors as he had promised.
—C harles Kong Soo
Fruit vendor shot in neck
on Charlotte Street
Valencia man shot
in head, legs
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