Three plead guilty in gun, ammo and drug bust case

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Carlos Carr, Curtis Carr and Bernado Milford are to be sentenced today in connection with their convictions for varying offences to which they pleaded guilty yesterday before Magistrate Ngaio Emanuel.
They were among six people arrested last Wednesday for unlawful possession of gun, ammunition, army-type camouflage clothing and marijuana.
Carlos admitted to possession of the two camouflage jackets and pants found at the Pares Village house that he shares with his father, siblings and other relatives.
Curtis took the rap for a 9 mm pistol, 19 bullets and 88 grammes of cannabis that the police found and confiscated at the property. 
Milford pleaded guilty to possession of 266 grammes of cannabis.
The pleas were entered when they made their first appearance in the All 
Saints Court yesterday morning.
Meanwhile, the charges have been withdrawn against Ickford “Ocean” Carr, Christopher Carr and Deshaun Thibou who were all jointly accused of the same offences.
Lawmen executed a search at the Carr’s Pares home on June 20 and found the items there.

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