Businesswoman and several others fined for breaching curfew


Several people were convicted in the St. Johns Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday for breaching Covid-19 protocols.

Ingrid Jennings of Kentish Road, the owner of Chippies Hot Spot located on Kentish Road was fined $2,500.00 for breach of Restriction on Social Gathering.

She has until February 26th to pay the fine or serve six months in prison.

Also, Glen Strann of Desouza Road, Cemona James of Seaview Farm and Ita M. King of Golden Grove were all fined $500.00 each for breaching curfew regulations.

Both Strann and James have until January 29th, while King has until February 5th to pay the fines or serve one month in prison.

Likewise, Emmanuel Lewis of Herbert’s Estate was convicted and fined $500.00 for breaching curfew, and an additional $1,000.00 for driving without a valid driver’s licence, and $1,500.00 for driving without Insurance.

He has until 26th January to pay the fines.

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  1. Driving without a valid license or insurance should never be tolerated .If he injure or kill someone in an accident then the parties involved will get zero componsation . Trying to sue him might be futile if he’s broke like a Camel back .

  2. Saw an accident happen between a lady driving a car and a Govt pickup truck . Before the police came the lady called a male friend or family member who came to the accident site in another car and took the place of the lady . Either her license was suspended or didn’t have license/insurance . The driver of the Government vehicle I guess didn’t care who took the blame because he’s in the right . The Government vehicle driver shouldn’t agree to that because he could be charged with false statements .

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