Scores of motorists arrested for breaking curfew


More than 50 motorists were taken in police custody for breaking the 11 pm to 5 am curfew between Friday night and Saturday morning.

A long line of vehicles was seen moving in tandem as police led them to a station.

During the curfew hours, only essential workers are allowed on the country’s roadways.

The Police continue to appeal to everyone to adhere to the curfew restrictions, the mandatory wearing of face masks and to practice social distancing.

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  1. All Nigel Christian’s kidnappers and murderers need to be dealt with by the police too but no action on that.

    No justice for Nigel Christian and his family.

  2. BS!!! Dem hab trang fu locals but dem nar quarantine ppl dat come from abroad. Hope police ah investigate how de Venezuelan get into de general population when, if u falla de law, he suppose fu quarantine.

    …oh yes, dem laws ah only fu local ppl. If u hab money or de right last name de law na apply to u

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