Cops seize four more guns
Four suspects to be placed on identification parades and the firearms sent for ballistic testing before charges will be laid.
JENSEN LAVENDE firstname.lastname@example.org
POLICE have removed four guns from off the nation's streets in the last 36 hours.
According to police reports at 10 p.m Monday officers of the Inter Agency Task Force were on foot patrol at Nelson Street when they saw two men standing on the corner. The men were searched and one man was found to have in his possession a Smith and Wesson pistol and 10 rounds of ammunition. He also had a walkie talkie.
At the same time officer arrested a 24-year-old man after her was caught with a Glock pistol and six rounds of ammunition. At Desperlie Crescent, Laventille.
Earlier that day around 4.45 pm police were on mobile patrol when they stopped a station wagon driven by a 19 year old man of Carapo.
The station wagon was stopped at Jokhan Trace, Carapo and on searching the vehicle they found a pistol and two rounds of ammunition Two men in car at the time were arrested.
At around 12.10 this afternoon, officers were on mobile patrol in El Dorado, they attempted to intercept a car with 2 male occupants.
On seeing the police, the suspects drove off and high speed chase ensued. The car crash into a lamp post near HiLo supermarket, along the Eastern Main Road, near Macoya.
The two suspects both from Enterprise Village Chaguanas were held with a.38 revolver and six rounds of ammunition.
All four men are to be placed on identification parades and the firearms sent for ballistic testing before charges will be laid.