Man charged with indecent assault on juvenile
A 34-year-old man of Cayman Brac has been arrested and formally charged with one count of Indecent Assault in relation to an incident involving a juvenile.
He is due to appear in court today, March 4.
Meanwhile, a 23-year-old-man of West Bay, who was arrested on Friday, March 1 in relation to drug related offenses, has since been charged by the police.
The man was charged with 5 offenses including:
- Possession of Cocaine
- Possession of Cocaine with intent to supply
- Possession of Criminal Property
- Consumption of Cocaine
- Possession of Drug Utensils
He is due to appear before the summary court today, March 4.
And a 31-year-old-man of George Town, who was arrested on suspicion of a robbery that took place on New Year's Eve, has since been formally charged with Robbery as well as Damage to Property.
He is expected to appear in court today Monday, March 4.
The incident took place on Greenwood Drive in George Town on 31 December, 2018 around 12:31am. A suspect approached a vehicle occupied by the victim, brandished a knife and stole a phone. During the incident, a suspect also damaged tires on the victim’s vehicle.
Property belonging to the victim was recovered during the course of the investigation and returned to the victim.
Also due in court today is an 18-year-old George Town man who has been formally charged with Robbery and Possession of an Imitation Firearm in relation to an incident on Monday, February 18 at a store on Godfrey Nixon Way.
He has also been charged with possession and consumption of ganja.
Shortly after 8:30pm on February 18, officers responded to a report of an attempted robbery at a store on Godfrey Nixon Way. A lone masked man had entered the store, pointed an object, which was covered with a cloth, at a worker inside and demanded cash.
A struggle ensued, during which the masked man was struck with a stick by the worker. The masked man then fled the scene on foot.
Nothing was taken during the incident and no injuries occurred. The object brandished by the culprit during the incident does not appear to have been a firearm or other weapon.