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“There are consequences to blocking roads and disrupting traffic” – Top Cop warns

Commissioner of Police (ag) Clifton Hicken, on Monday, appealed to the public to desist from unlawful acts such as blocking roads, burning tyres, and disrupting traffic flow while simultaneously intimidating and robbing commuters.

The Commissioners’ appeal came in the wake of two recent incidents – one at Buxton, East Coast Demerara, on Wednesday last, and the second on Sunday at Hopetown, West Coast Berbice.  

The two incidents saw persons burning tyres and other debris and setting vehicles alight as they resorted to blocking the roadways and preventing the smooth flow of traffic. 

To this end, Commissioner Hicken made it clear that this type of behaviour is unlawful and will not be tolerated. 

He said those held accountable would face the full brunt of the law, and there would be a zero-tolerance approach from the Guyana Police Force (GPF) to ensure that law and order are maintained throughout the country.



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