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Two men appeared in the Scarbor-
ough Magistrates Court yesterday
charged with trafficking in approxi-
mately $6.2 million worth of mari-
Deon Stewart of Patience Hill and
Hayden George of Cinnamon Hill
appeared before Magistrate Nanette
Ford--John. They were jointly charged
with having 200 kilos of marijuana in
their possession for the purpose of
They are accused of having the mar-
ijuana on North Side Road, Castara,
on June 12. The court heard yesterday
they surrendered to police after eluding
them on June 12.
Stewart and George were granted
$50,000 bail each and ordered to
report to the Old Grange and Scar-
borough Police Stations, respectively,
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Satur-
Stewart, a mason, was represented
by Vashist Maharaj who requested a
reasonable bail for his client. Maharaj
said Stewart surrendered to police and
was co-operative while detained and
was not a flight risk. George was rep-
resented by Dawn Palackdaharry
Acting Corporal Trim of the Divi-
sional Task Force laid the charges. They
are to reappear in court on July 18.
Two in court on
$6.2m ganja charge
A Siparia man who stole $22,400 from five
pensioners by tricking them was described as
a predator and jailed for 18 months yesterday.
"You are a predator. You are the worst," Deputy
Chief Magistrate Mark Wellington told Damien
Taylor, 38, pleaded guilty to five counts of lar-
ceny by trick.
The victims were five pensioners, ranging
between 73 and 88 years old.
Wellington, presiding in the San Fernando Mag-
Man gets 18 months
for fleecing senior citizens
istrate Court, said: "Imagine, the youngest VC
(virtual complainant) is 73. A young man like
yourself, preying on old people."
Court prosecutor Cleyon Seedan read the facts
of each case.
The crimes took place between October 2012
and June 3, 2013.
In two of the incidents, Taylor pretended to be
related to the pensioners and told them his mother
had sent money and a barrel for them from the
He said he needed money to clear the barrel.
In the other instances, the pensioners were
near a bank when he approached them.
Pretending to be a good Samaritan, he offered
to put their money in a large envelope for safe-
keeping. When the pensioners handed over the
money he ran off.
Charges were laid by PC Perreira, PC Jervais,
WPC Valdez, PC Mohammed and WPC Roberts.
Taylor, who had nine previous convictions, was
sentenced to six months on the first charge and
18 months on the other four charges.
Ordering that the sentences should run con-
currently, Wellington told Taylor: "Fortunately
for you and unfortunately for the law-abiding
public, you will serve 18 months."
A moko jumbie walks with OWTU members during Labour Day
celebrations in Fyzabad on Wednesday. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
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