Man charged with murder found guilty of Marijuana trafficking at Camp Street Prison

Trevor Abrams. [iNews' Photo]


Trevor Abrams. [iNews' Photo]
Trevor Abrams. [iNews’ Photo]
[] – Forty – four – year – old Trevor Abrams was sentenced to 50 months imprisonment for trafficking narcotics at the Camp Street Prison.

He made his first appearance before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry on October 20 last and the matter was subsequently transferred before Magistrate Judy Latchman for trial.

On that day, he pleaded not guilty to the charge, which stated that on October 15, at Camp Street Prison, Georgetown; he had in his possession 83 grammes of Marijuana for the purpose of trafficking.

The court heard that Abrams is an inmate at the Camp Street prison, facing an ongoing murder charge.

The trial commenced on October 28 and the matter was prosecuted by Joel Ricknauth, which saw the testimony of two police officers. Abrams was unrepresented at the trial. He was found guilty by Magistrate Latchman.


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