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2 arrested for cannabis, breach of curfew

- Jevaughn Abel & Travis J. Osbourne granted $5000 station bail
Two men on Tortola were yesterday September 14, 2020, granted station bail after being found with a quantity of cannabis when they were confronted on separate occasions by officers of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) on suspicion of breaching the curfew. Photo not of illegal drug found. Photo: Internet Source
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Two men on Tortola were yesterday, September 14, 2020, granted station bail after they were allegedly found with a quantity of cannabis when confronted on separate occasions by officers of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) on suspicion of breaching the curfew.

Taken into police custody and spending the night of September 13, 2020, behind bars were Jevaughn Abel, 29, of Greenland and Travis J. Osbourne, 27, of West End.

Abel was reportedly stopped by police close to 1:30pm when he was allegedly found with a quantity of cannabis.

He was yesterday released on station bail in the sum of $5,000, with one signed surety, and will face the Magistrate’s Court on October 27, 2020.

Multiple charges

Osbourne, on the other hand, was found in breach of the curfew in the Purcell Estate Community at the time he was allegedly found with a quantity of cannabis and charged with Possession with Intent to Supply Another and two counts of Possession of a Controlled drug.

He was also slapped with another charge of Driving in Contravention of Traffic Laws.

Osbourne was granted bail in the sum of $5,000, with one signed surety, and is required to attend the Magistrate’s Court on October 28, 2020.

11 Responses to “2 arrested for cannabis, breach of curfew”

  • Tru Dat! (15/09/2020, 11:47) Like (23) Dislike (1) Reply
    Most of these young men are to stupid to be doing crime. WTF your no-driving MS doing out during curfew with a bag of weed? SMH
    • Trap or die (15/09/2020, 21:51) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply

      How tf you know is one bag the man had your stupid ms.. true @#$bucket

  • crime (15/09/2020, 12:02) Like (10) Dislike (6) Reply
    the law is the law, but guys it have murderers out deh you need to catch. I never smoke in my life but people trying to hold their head together. Warn then and keep moving
  • Lock them up (15/09/2020, 12:09) Like (9) Dislike (0) Reply
    and throw away the keys pls...
  • mental slavery (15/09/2020, 12:22) Like (17) Dislike (27) Reply
    Legalize the plant from enforcing the white man propaganda, we use to use weed, (hemp) for clothing, medicine, etc etc... then came the whites to destroy us with their lies and now they legalize it but we here locking each other up for a plant that Yah has placed here, y’all never gonna wake up mehson... And yes I see it says breach of curfew but that’s not my concern
    • Legal in white countries (15/09/2020, 14:24) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
      It is mostly the black governed countries that keep the week illegal. The whites have seen the light and decriminalised it.
  • sorry (15/09/2020, 13:16) Like (5) Dislike (2) Reply
    To me life isn't value anything to those young man so sad
  • Real Talk (15/09/2020, 14:04) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    BREEEZE RAVAOLI BOSS CHILL OUT WA RONG WE U
  • hello (15/09/2020, 14:09) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    crimes is crime but the department very good at give out traffic tickets: possession of a joint: refusal to give your name somehow so many killers roaming free and living in the same house as some of us
  • R (15/09/2020, 19:33) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
    May God have mercy on those weeping mother's
  • vi (16/09/2020, 09:38) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Why not hearing these island people we must not be so selfish people from everywhere do stupidity let’s not blame one set for what they don’t know about we all know what is good and bad we choose to do stupidness so we have to pay for what we do


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