GT man charged with a dozen offences

| 12/02/2019
Cayman News Service

Police car outside the courthouse in George Town

(CNS): A 21-year-old man from George Town, who allegedly began his crime spree in October, was charged on Monday with a total of twelve offences, including arson and assaulting a police officer. Police said in a press release that  he had been charged with two counts of causing fear or provocation of violence in relation to incidents on 5 and 13 October 2018; dangerous driving, driving without being qualified, driving without insurance and other traffic offenses, in relation to an incident on 13 October, where he attempted to evade police in an unlicensed and unregistered vehicle.

He was also charged with arson in relation to an incident on 13 October where the above-mentioned vehicle was set on fire; and resisting an arrest, escaping lawful custody, and assaulting police, in relation to an incident on 2 February, where he fled from officers attempting to arrest him, and assaulted an officer in the process.

The man was scheduled to appear in court, Monday, 11 February.

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Category: Crime, Police

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