A 16-year-old girl has been arrested and charged with illegal possession of ammunition following the seizure by police of 207 assorted rounds on the second day of the curfew imposed in Clarendon.
A further 52 males were taken into custody, all of whom are still being interviewed. One of them is a wanted man and is being further interviewed before charges are made.
The curfew, which began 2:00 pm yesterday, will remain in place until 2:00 pm tomorrow.
The boundaries of the curfew are north along a dirt track on the bank of the Rio Minho in the vicinity of the Salvation Army Church to the top section of Overline Farm district using an imaginary line.
South along Oliver Drive from the car wash to a dirt track in Long Gully.
East along Sevens Road from the telephone booth to the intersection of Sevens
Estate Road in the vicinity of John Crow Lane.
West along a dirt track from Long Gully using an imaginary line to the top section of Buzz Rock.
During the hours of the curfew persons within its boundaries are required to remain inside their premises unless otherwise authorised in writing by the ground commander.