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Lower Estate man slapped with traffic charges

Less than a month after he reportedly was rescued during an incident at sea, Lower Estate resident Trumayne Daway is being accused of committing a number of offences on land.

He has been charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, unlicensed and uninsured vehicle, as well as fraudulent use of license sticker.

Information Officer at the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force Diane Drayton confirmed the charges, but did not give details of the incident.

Reports reaching BVI News Online are that Daway was charged after Constable Glen Callwood accosted him while he operated a motor vehicle in Road Town.

Daway, who will answer to the charges when he appears before the Magistrate’s Court, has been granted police bail.

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