Driver with disability arraigned on four additional charges

Twenty-seven-year-old Jamie Narine has again been arraigned in the Wales Magistrate’s Court on traffic-related offences, less than two months after being charged by Police for similar matters.
Narine, who lives with a disability, was on Thursday arraigned before Magistrate Rushell Liverpool on allegations detailing that on August 10, at La Grange Public Road, West Bank Demerara, he drove motorcar PTT 6624 while he was not the holder of a valid driver’s licence.
He was also charged with breach of insurance, crossing double yellow lines, and having tinted glass on his vehicle to the point where it obstructed the identification of the driver and passenger.
The 27-year-old father of two, of Long Pond, Sisters Village, WBD, entered not guilty pleas on the charges; and the magistrate, considering that he was released on bail for a trafficking in narcotics matter, placed him on bail in the sum of ,000. His matter comes up on November 9 for trial.
Narine previously appeared at the Wales Court on June 29, 2017 on similar road traffic offences, but had also denied those charges. Police had alleged that on June 23, at the same La Grange Public Road, he had driven motor car PTT 6624 in a manner that was dangerous to the public. At that time, he was also accused of using the said motor car to cross double solid yellow lines. Moreover, the police had further alleged that Narine, drove the motor vehicle while his identification was not easily distinguishable because the glass on the vehicle was so dark that neither the driver nor passenger could be identified.
Narine had been released on ,000 bail on the dangerous driving charge. He was unrepresented on both appearances when he answered to the traffic charges.