Pregnant woman charged for accepting stolen phone

first_imgA pregnant woman made her appearance before City Magistrate Judy Latchman on Friday charged for knowingly accepting a stolen cellphone.Samantha Sam, 21, of Georgetown, denied that she obtained a Samsung cellphone; property of Elizabeth Percival, from another knowing same to be stolen or unlawfully obtained between November 2017 and January 2018.The prosecution is contending that on November 13, 2017, the Virtual Complainant (VC) and her sister were in their home when armed men broke in and robbed them of a quantity of articles including the phone valued $76,000.The matter was reported and Police acting on information received, the Cops went to the defendant’s home where she was found in possession of the phone.She told the Court that she received the phone from an “Amerindian man” who later left for the interior.She was granted $60,000 bail. The case will continue on February 9.last_img read more

PSG president claims club ‘won’t even consider any offers’ for Manchester United target

first_img1 Edinson Cavani Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has rubbished talk that Edinson Cavani will leave – but remained coy on a move for Paul Pogba.Cavani has been linked with a summer switch away from the French capital, with Arsenal and Manchester United reportedly interested.Meanwhile, PSG have themselves been linked with their own blockbuster bid as the French champions eye up Juventus star Pogba.And while Al-Khelaifi has revealed Cavani will not be sold, he has remained coy on Pogba’s possible arrival after reports claimed he spoke with the midfielder.“Why did I meet with Pogba? Because he’s a great talent, he’s French and he’s from Paris. That said, all the big clubs want him,” Al-Khelaifi told Le Parisien.“As for Cavani, I’ve not met him yet, but he’s still young, he’s the future of the club. He just needs more confidence, but he showed his talent in the last game.“He’ll be here again next year. We won’t even consider any offers.”last_img read more