Two men held with car batteries, house breaking implements
Created : 26 June 2020
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Two men are expected to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate on Friday charged with unlawful possession of car batteries and possession of house breaking implements by night.
Roland Whitlock, 34 and Nathan Pierre, 29, both of Trou Macaque Road, Laventille were charged with the offences by officers of the San Juan Police Station on Thursday.
Officers of the San Juan Police Station and Criminal Investigations Department were on mobile patrol along First Street, San Juan around 3.20 am, when they observed two male suspects in a silver Nissan Tiida motor vehicle.
The vehicle was intercepted and a search conducted, which resulted in officers finding eight car batteries and house breaking implements in the trunk.
The men were unable to give a satisfactory
account of where they got the batteries when questioned and were arrested in connection with the finds.
They were charged by WPC Lewis attached to San Juan Police Station.
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