Another driver remanded to prison for dangerous driving


A driver who was involved in a crash near Dee’s Service Station Sunday night was sent to prison today.

Magistrate Dexter Wason remanded Kenroy Samuel when he appeared in traffic court charged with Dangerous Driving.

Investigators said Samuel allegedly failed to stop at an amber light while heading north to south at the junction of Sir George Walter Highway and Old Parham Road.

Samuel’s car collided with an SUV reportedly causing serious injuries to an occupant in the other vehicle.

The defendant, who is due back in court on September 4, can apply for bail in the High Court ahead of the court date.


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  1. These magistrate a farm rass it’s an accident how can you spoil people character for an accident

  2. We all make mistakes. However, some of us make some avoidable and ridiculous mistakes . People, let us think of consequences before we act and we, most often, will not be left wondering if the laws were only crafted for some Sungoos but no Lungoos..

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