Tuesday 16 October, 2018

Mechanic and driving conductor charged with stealing diesel from PTSC

Two men, employed with the Public Transportation Service Corporation (PTSC), are expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate, after being arrested for stealing two kegs of diesel from PTSC.

Forty-three-year-old Curtis St. Louis, a PTSC mechanic, of Phipps Terrace, Talparo, and 43-year-old Andrew Sergeant, a PTSC driving conductor, of Mon Repos Road, Morvant, were charged with larceny, after being arrested on Monday.

Whilst on duty, around 2:30pm at City Gate, Port of Spain, a police officer observed two men loading two yellow kegs of diesel from in a marked PTSC vehicle into an awaiting car, registered to Sergeant.

The kegs have an estimated value of $119.

Both men were subsequently arrested and conveyed to the Central Police Station, where charges were laid.


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