St James Chef Charged for Guns

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Police have charged a St James chef with illegal possession of firearms and ammunition after they seized three guns and bullets at his home.

Charged is twenty-nine-year-old Christopher Hoyte otherwise called ‘Stringy’, chef of Hendon, Norwood in St. James.

Reports from the St. James Police are that about 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, August 5, a team of officers on operation in pursuit of wanted men and illegal firearms conducted a search at Hoyte’s home where two firearms, three magazines and eleven rounds of ammunition were seized. A further search was carried out at a cook shop Hoyte operates in his community and a third firearm along with a magazine containing seven rounds of ammunition was found. Hoyte was arrested and taken into custody where he was later charged.

His court date is being finalized.

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