Legal arguments planned in cop firearms case

| 11/02/2014

(CNS): Lawyers will be going into battle later this month regarding charges against a local police officer accused of importing parts of a firearm. Alexander Carballo-Kelly, who was stationed in Cayman Brac, is charged with the illegal importation and possession of a component part of an unlicensed firearm in connection with the importation of a magazine. The case against him was adjourned for two more weekson Friday. Although the suspended RCIPS officer was bailed for one more month, lawyers will be engaged in closed door arguments before a trial date can be set. Carballo-Kelly has denied the charges.

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