Guyana Police Force continues probe into big bust of arms and ammunition in Lethem
The Guyana Police Force is continuing its probe into that big bust of arms and ammunition in the Lethem area and last evening the police issued wanted bulletins for two men in connection with that bust. One of the men has since turned himself in. Former Associate of convicted drug kingpin Roger Khan, Ricardo Rodrigues, turned himself into police this morning and was refused station bail.
A bulletin remains out for Lethem Businessman Clive Llloyd King. whose last known address is Tabatinga in the Lethem area. His wife remains in custody and one of his employees has since been charged in connection with the same case. Several high powered weapons with their matching ammunition were found when the police carried out a search at a house in the Lethem area, said to be owned by King.
Meanwhile, the police also issued a wanted bulletin last evening for a 22-year-old former employee of the magistrates court. Tiffany Peters is wanted for questioning in connection with forgery and larceny committed at the Georgetown Magistrates court. The woman is wanted in connection with a 5 million dollar heist from the court, money that was lodged their for the payment of child support.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of any of the wanted persons are asked to contact the nearest police station.