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Jul 7, 2016

Emmerth Flowers is Acquitted of Firearm Charges

Emmerth Flowers

Customs Officer Emmerth Flowers is tonight a free man after he saw two serious firearm related offenses withdrawn. Less than two years ago, on July thirty-first, 2014, police charged Flowers with the offenses of altering a firearm without the permission of the Commissioner of Police and for being in possession of a firearm license. But this morning, in the court room of Magistrate Carlon Mendoza, the charges were dismissed after the magistrate upheld a no case submission made by attorney Anthony Sylvester on Flowers behalf. Allegations made were that Flowers had a license for a sixteen gauge shotgun, but that he altered the firearm by cutting the barrel of it and made it into a sawed-off shotgun. In his no case submission, Sylvester submitted that the prosecutor, Sergeant Claude Pitts was not able to prove that the firearm license was issue for a twenty-two-inch weapon. Magistrate Mendoza agreed and dismissed the charges from Flowers.

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2 Responses for “Emmerth Flowers is Acquitted of Firearm Charges”

  1. Hatari says:

    And BPD screws up again and again and again and …

  2. joe says:

    Agree with Hatari… and when will the FIU start to investigate all those Custom Officers living a large life and have several houses and don’t owe a penny to the banks…

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