A man was on Friday taken before Magistrate Christel Lambert at the Vreed-en-Hoop Magistrate’s Court charged with possession of cannabis.Kevin Mohan, 18, of West Coast Demerara pleaded not guilty to the offense which alleged that on June 24, 2016, he had in his possession seven grams of cannabis.The Prosecution’s case is that on the day in question, Mohan was seen by Police acting in a suspicious manner. As such a search was carried out on his person and the drug discovered in his pants pocket. He was cautioned and taken to the Vreed-en-Hoop Police Station where he was arrested and charged.According to the information disclosed by the Police Prosecutor, the defendant said that he usually sells the drugs.In court on Friday, the defendant told the Magistrate that the drugs do not belong to him but that he is given it to sell.He was remanded to prison and will return to court on July 21.
Everyone loves a goalscoring goalkeeper and it’s even better when it’s a last minute winner.Fulham goalkeeper Marek Rodak, currently on loan at Rotherham, is our hero this time as he kept Slovakia Under-21s’ hopes of qualifying for the European Championship alive. Fulham goalkeeper Marek Rodak celebrates with Rotherham fans after helping them earn promotion to the Championship last season. 1 The duo are battling for the second qualifying spot in Group 2, which could put them in the play-off round, along with Northern Ireland and they played out a thriller in Reykjavik.Slovakia had taken a 2-1 lead as late as the 90th minute, but Albert Gudmundsson struck his second of the game to tie things up three minutes into injury time.But the visitors weren’t to be stopped and sent up Rodak for a corner in the dying seconds and he was the match-winner as he nodded home awkwardly in the middle of the penalty area.You can see the goal below.