Sunday 29 November, 2020

Eleven 'limers' arrested in Tobago for breach of COVID-19 rules

Eleven people were arrested in Tobago for breaching the Public Health Ordinance.

According to reports, officers conducted an exercise in the Scarborough district, between 5pm and 7 pm on Sunday.

The exercise was co-ordinated by Senior Superintendent Roberts, spearheaded by Inspector Alfred and supervised Acting Corporal Smith and included officers attached to the Tobago Division Task Force and Scarborough Police Station.

During the exercise eleven people were arrested and charged at Darrel Spring for breaching the public health regulations.

Police said the group were playing music and liming in the area.

They will appear in court on Tuesday.

According to the COVID-19 regulations, public gatherings are limited to five people.

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