Police Station wedding groom faces drug charges

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March 11, 2014

 

TWO days after being allowed to marry his bride in the Central Police Station, a Freeport resident appeared in Magistrate’s Court yesterday on charges in connection with a $50,000 marijuana seizure.
Kendrick Tinker, 35, of Banyan Lane stood before Magistrate Andrew Forbes of Court No. 8 to be charged with possession of forged currency on March 7...

TWO days after being allowed to marry his bride in the Central Police Station, a Freeport resident appeared in Magistrate’s Court yesterday on charges in connection with a $50,000 marijuana seizure.

Kendrick Tinker, 35, of Banyan Lane stood before Magistrate Andrew Forbes of Court No. 8 to be charged with possession of forged currency on March 7...

 

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News date : 03/11/2014    Category : About Bahamians, Court, Tribune Stories

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