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More drivers with hundreds of unpaid traffic tickets appear in court

As the police continue to nab motorists who have hundreds of unpaid traffic tickets and warrants for their arrest, the Traffic Court heard two such cases on Tuesday.
 
A news release from the police said one of the cases involves Kenneth Gonzales of Sandy Bay, Clarendon.
 
Mr. Gonzales, who had five warrants for his arrest and 473 outstanding traffic tickets, was fined $85,000 or 14 days in prison.
 
He was offered bail with surety in the sum of $150,000. 
 
Another man, Kedron Marriott of Henderson Avenue, Kingston 11, who had seven warrants and accumulated 683 traffic tickets, was fined $84,000 or 14 days. 
 
His bail was also set at $150,000.  
 


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