Four Transport Operators to be Sentenced Today for Having Over 2000 Outstanding Traffic Tickets

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Latest Jamaica News (McKoy’s News): Four men will appear in the Corporate area Traffic Court today, Tuesday, October 8, for jointly having over 2000 outstanding unpaid traffic tickets.

The accused drivers have been identified as 59-year-old Errol Lyles of Hemings in St Andrew. Lyles has a total of 446 unpaid tickets, with warrants.

He is followed by 57-year-old Easton Gardner of Blackwood Terrace, Kingston 19, and he has a total of 713 outstanding unpaid tickets, as well as warrants.

Fifty-year-old Renford Jones of New Heavens in Kingston 20. Jones has a total of 480 outstanding tickets along with warrants, and lastly, 26-year-old Jeffrey Phillips of Belmont district in Lawrence Tavern, St Andrew, and he has 451 unpaid tickets, with warrants.

The police have reported that all four delinquent drivers have a total of 2,110 unpaid tickets.

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