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Two scrap-iron scavengers are
now in police custody after being
arrested with thousands of rounds
of spent ammunition shells on
The two men, ages 27 and 37, of
Petit Bourg, San Juan, and Seventh
Avenue, Malick, Barataria, were
arrested around 7 pm by officers
of the Northern Division Task Force
led by Insp Mark Maharaj.
According to reports, police were
on patrol on Orange Grove Road,
St Augustine, and noticed the two
men, driving in a white pick-up
truck behaving suspiciously.
Police followed their vehicle and
eventually stopped it near a bar on
The two suspects were arrested
after police found a crocus bag filled
with the spent ammunition in the
front seat of the vehicle.
Police said the ammunition was
of various calibres and included
rounds used in handguns, shotguns
and in high-powered assault rifles.
Investigators noted that while
the shell casings were virtually use-
less, they were still classified as
ammunition under the Firearms
Act and as such attracted a similar
charge to live rounds of ammuni-
Police said while being ques-
tioned, both men admitted they
were on their way to a scrap-iron
dealer in Spring Village, Valsayn,
where they were planning to sell
the spent shells.
They were being interrogated up
to late yesterday by detectives of
the St Joseph Police Station who
were trying to ascertain the source
of the shells.
Police believe, because of the
large quantity and the type of
ammunition recovered, the men
most likely obtained their stash
from a law enforcement officer with
access to shooting ranges used by
the police or Defence Force.
The duo will spend the rest of
the Labour Day/Corpus Christi long
weekend in police custody and will
appear in the Tunapuna Magistrates
Court on Monday to answer charges
of ammunition possession.
Sgt Harrilal, PCs Gooding, Grif-
fith, Persad and Abraham were
involved in the exercise and are
Teacher held for
sexual assault on student
A 44-year-old secondary school
teacher from south Trinidad will
appear before a Rio Claro Magistrate
on Monday after being charged with
molesting a male pupil.
The teacher was arrested on
Wednesday afternoon after the 16-
year-old student at the Rio Claro
East Secondary School reported the
incident to police when school was
According to the student s report,
he was waiting at the side of the
road when the teacher passed by
in his car and offered him a lift.
He got into the car and told
police when they were driving along
the Tabaquite Road towards Rio
Claro the teacher began making
sexual advances towards him.
The student said he began to
protest when the teacher put his
hand on his leg and then touched
After he objected the teacher
desisted for the rest of the trip,
however, when they arrived at the
school the teacher resumed with
his sexual propositioning and again
touched his penis.
When he got out of the car, the
student reported the incident to
the school s principal and later at
the Rio Claro Police Station.
The teacher was arrested and was
slapped with two charges of inde-
Eastern Division Police led by
Snr Supt Saisnarine Mahabir were
expected to interview other male
students, who the student said
interacted regularly with the
teacher, as they believe Wednesday s
incident was not an isolated event.
Investigations are continuing.
A member of the Northern Division Task Force sifts through thousands of spent shells seized during a police
exercise on Wednesday night.
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