Successful firearm operation at Dennery

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Successful firearm operation at Dennery

POLICE PRESS RELEASE – On Wednesday, August 6, 2014, officers attached to the Dennery and Richfond Police Stations conducted a joint operation at Deniere Rivere, Dennery.

During the operation, search warrants were executed on the premises of 30-year-old Kerry “Ribena” Jn. Baptiste and 47-year-old Nelson “Parkay” Cherries, both of Deniere Riviere, Dennery.

During the search of Jn. Baptiste’s residence, a 12 gauge double barrel shotgun and seven rounds of ammunition were recovered.

At Cherries’ residence, a quantity of plant material suspected to be Cannabis was recovered. Both individuals were arrested and are expected to be charged for firearm and drug related offences.

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  1. good job officers!!! seize the guns and send them to fight in iraq. if they return, give it back to them.

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  2. good job cops!! these people think that once their man has a gun and can go out there and threaten people, life for them is too large.
    la vie kee do par poo lotant.

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  3. You'll really getting me sick with you'll comments,why you'll don't praise the police on a job well done.

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  4. Thats the only time they are sharp . Once drugs is involved. But come court day, they never have they same amount they arrested you for.

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  5. Yawn! S-t-r-e-t-c-h! Only a $3, 500 fine. He will be back next time with better weapons. Why the... are they not giving those violent criminals serious years?

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  6. Good job by the Police. Now the Courts need to start coming down VERY HARD on individuals who are found with illegal guns, weapons. They need to send a very strong message this will not be taken lightly. Being hardly anyone spends a long time in prison for illegal weapsons possession, the young guys who use it for criminal activities will continue to do so. Yet, a law-abiding person who applies for a gun permit for protection will get denied.

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