Two charged for night noise breaches, 16 others detained in Negril
Two men were charged for breaching the Noise Abatement Act following an operation carried out by a police-military team at a bar in West End, Negril, Westmoreland, on Monday.
The police say 32-year-old bar operator Sudan Lynch was charged for operating and hosting an event without a permit as well as with spirit licence breaches.
Twenty-eight-year-old Dennardo Bennett, who is party promoter of Negril, Westmoreland, was charged for hosting an event without obtaining a permit.
The police say their operation also yielded a pistol and ten rounds of ammunition, a plastic bag containing 96 parcels of vegetable matter, a bag containing cocaine, 11 cellular phones and 27 offensive weapons.
They say 16 persons were taken into custody to facilitate the investigation into the seized illegal items.
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