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Man Shot By BCF Officers Appears In Court

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A man shot by Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) officers outside the facility on New Year’s Eve has appeared in court charged with multiple offences.

The man, identified as Jamal Serieux, received bail on charges related to attempting to introduce cannabis, mobile telephones, and alcohol into the BCF.

The court granted him $ 3,500 bail on a charge of introducing prohibited articles, $ 2,500 for drug possession, and $ 2000 in cash or suitable surety for intent to supply.

The Dennery resident allegedly approached the BCF perimeter fence on New Year’s Eve with a bag and was attempting to throw it into the prisoner recreation yard at about 2:00 pm.

He sustained a gunshot wound when the BCF’s Special Operations Response Team (SORT) officers intercepted and arrested him.

The Dennery Hospital and later the OKEU Hospital treated him for a non-life-threatening injury.

Police subsequently charged Serieux with introducing prohibited articles into the BCF, possession of drugs, and intent to supply.

He is to reappear in court on January 27, 2024.

 

 

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4 COMMENTS

  1. AWA WEE HE IS OUT ON BAIL, WHAT THE HELL I DONT KNOW WHAT IS WRONG WITH THEM LAWS.A SLAP ON THE HANDS, DONT DO IT GAIN SMH.

  2. Why is a man shot by Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) officers outside the facility on New Year’s Eve has appeared in court charged with multiple offences? Answer please! If I were next by a guy shoting so,done, I would shout “do you have pizza? I’m hungry, if you don’t give me anything, i’ll punch you in the face man and call the cops.

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