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Two men fined for more than 1000 outstanding traffic tickets

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Two men have been fined for cumulatively having more than ten traffic warrants and over 1000 outstanding traffic tickets after appearing before the Traffic Court today.

The men are Kenneth Gonzales of Sandy Bay, Clarendon and Kedron Marriott of Henderson Avenue in Kingston 11

Gonzales had five outstanding warrants and accumulated 473 outstanding traffic tickets. He was fined $85,000 or 14 days and was offered bail with surety in the sum of $150,000, the police said.

Meanwhile, Marriott had seven outstanding warrants and accumulated 683 outstanding traffic tickets. He was fined $84,000 or 14 days and was offered bail in the sum of $150, 000 with surety.

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