A 22-year-old-man of Cayman Brac has been sentenced to 21-months in prison with a period of 24-months suspended sentence following his release. This resulted after he was arrested, charged and put before the court for 21 charges, most of which related to drug possession, drug supply and even assaults on police officers. These offences spanned a period of two years.
Chief Inspector Malcolm Kay, Sister Islands Area Commander stated, “This is an excellent result for Cayman Brac. We hope that it will serve as an example to other young people in the community, as they see consequences of illegal activities and the impact it has on their liberties and life long-term. It is my hope that they may choose a better path than the one taken by this young man and that other frequent offenders will see this result and choose not to commit further crimes.”