A 31-year-old father of two who said he was armed with a gun and matching ammunition for the protection of his family, was locked up after he failed to present law enforcement officers with a valid licence.Presiding over the case at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court was Magistrate Ann McLennan who read the particulars of the charge to Colwyn Anderson.The court heard that on September 25,Wholesale NFL Jerseys
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, the defendant pleaded not guilty.Representing the accused was Attorney at Law, Gordon Gilhuys who said that his client resides at 105 North Haslington, East Coast Demerara.The lawyer noted that Anderson is attached to Oasis Taxi Service and has been a driver there for some time.According to his understanding of what occurred,Cheap NFL Jerseys China
, Gilhuys told members of the court that his client was outside the taxi service when he was approached by officers in plain clothes. Anderson who addressed the police officers with expletives was consequently apprehended and taken to the Criminal Investigation Department with his taxi.Upon arrival, his vehicle was searched and the officers then claimed that they found the said gun and ammunition which was hidden under the driver’s seat.The lawyer then asked for his client to be granted bail in a reasonable sum based on the circumstances upon which the revolver and rounds were discovered.Police prosecutor Deniro Jones, who did not reveal the facts of the police report objected to the lawyer’s bail application as he stated that the search was transparent and was conducted in the defendant’s presence.The prosecutor added that the defendant was stopped by officers because he violated a traffic law.Magistrate McLennan then informed the defendant that bail would be refused and he was remanded to prison until October 2.