Twenty-three accused of violating curfew appear in court

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March 30, 2020

Over 20 people who ignored a curfew put in place to stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic were arraigned today. The 24-hour curfew restricts the reasons that people who work in non-essential services can leave their homes. Despite an outbreak of the disease in the country, it was business as usual this weekend for those caught roaming the streets without permission. Police arrested Nicholas Lightbourne and Sony Prospere at Palm Beach Street for violating the curfew on March 27. Police allegedly found a 9mm pistol with 12 rounds of ammunition and several ounces of marijuana in their car.

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News date : 03/30/2020    Category : Covid-19, About Bahamians, Accident/Emergency, Court, Health, Nassau Guardian Stories

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