Grays Farm Man Sentenced to Prison for Illegal Firearm
Jari Jackson, 33 of Grays Farm who was arrested and charged by the police for having an illegal firearm and ammunition in his possession have been sentenced to prison.
The accused appeard before the court on Tuesday charged with possession of a 9mm pistol and possession of five matching rounds of ammunition.
He pleaded guilty to both charges and was sentenced to five months at His Majesty’s Prison on the charge of possession of firearm.
He was further fined an additional $3000 for possession of ammunition which he has to pay $1000 by Friday of this week.
The remaining balance is to be paid on the second Friday of each consecutive month or in default serve three months in prison.
Jackson was found in possession of the illegal weapon during a police stop and search execise on Sunday, 5th November.
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