3 men were arrested and charged for breaching the Quarantine Act by failing to remain quarantined at their designated lodgings.
Oluwatomisin Eritan, a 23-year-old Nigerian national; Chard Richards, a 37-year-old Engineer of California, USA; and Adrian Mc Burnie, a 49-year-old bus driver of Boca, St George, were brought before the St George’s Magistrates Court on Wednesday, 30 December 2020.
The two foreign nationals were fined $5,000 each, to be paid forthwith. Failure to comply with these orders, they each will serve 4 months at Her Majesty’s Prisons. While Mc Burnie, who became ill, was remanded to custody and will return to court for sentencing on 31 December 2020.
After they e served their sentences send them back where they came from. Since they appear to have no respect and consideration for the law and people if Grenada. So no doubt they will be breaking g other laws during their stay here. Get Rid.
You break the laws of the land then you stand the consequences, please make it a stiffer penality at least 6 months hard labour and $6k dollars paid within a week. Then they will realized that we the people are serious. Please enforce stiffer penalitie
What’s the nature of Mr. Mc Burnie’s illness? I hope it’s not Covid.
please give these foreign people or returning nationals harsher sentences and punishments. you may also need firing squads all over too.
Throw away the key
This will set a good example for those who think they can break our laws and get away with it.
The more public information is put out there the better for our citizens to see how serious things are.