Trelawny Parish Court closed after roof caves in
Notice placed on door of the Trelawny Parish Court advising of closure.

TRELAWNY, Jamaica— Court Administration Division (CAD) has temporarily closed the Trelawny Parish Court in Falmouth following the caving in of the roof at the facility on Wednesday.

Kadiesh Fletcher, director of Client Services, Communications and Information at the CAD, made the disclosure to OBSERVER ONLINE on Thursday.

Fletcher stated that all matters which were being heard at the Trelawny Parish Court have been transferred to the courthouse in Duncans in the parish effective Thursday.

The courthouse in Falmouth is housed upstairs the Trelawny Municipal Corporation headquarters.

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