St. David Resident Fined For Firearm And Ammunition Charges

PR – Kyle Ogilvie, 23 years old Painter, of Syracuse, St. David,  who was charged with  Possession of a Firearm and Possession of Ammunition, made his second court appearance at the St. David Magistrate’s Court, on Thursday 23rd May 2024, where he pleaded guilty to both charges.

The Firearm along with three (3) Rounds of Ammunition were found by police during an operation at Corinth, St. David, on Wednesday 15th May 2024.

He was fined twelve ($12,000.00) thousand dollars for Possession of a Firearm and three thousand ($3,000.00) dollars for Possession of Ammunition, to be paid in six (6) months, in default two (2) years in prison. 

Persons are reminded that the Firearms Amnesty Order took effect from May 1st, 2024, and ends on July 31st, 2024. During this period persons who are in possession of any illegal firearm(s) and or ammunition, can turn it in at the most convenient police station or at the office of the Royal Grenada Police Force Headquarters, without fear of prosecution or being questioned. Alternatively, if you know of someone who has in their possession any illegal firearm(s) and or ammunition, please encourage them to have it turned in, in an effort to decrease firearm related incidents.