A Soufriere man who was arrested for allegedly possessing a sub machine gun was granted bail in the sum of $50,000 in court on Thursday.
As condition of bail Lee Anthony is expected to report to the Soufriere police station twice a week and is to return to court on February 4, 2013.
He first appeared in court on Tuesday where he pleaded not guilty to illegal possession of a firearm and conspiracy.
Anthony was arrested along with Alpha Alexander during a police operation in Loubiere on October 4. During the operation a white Escudo, registered TJ330 with two male occupants aboard, attempted to evade the police but instead struck a pedestrian, a police vehicle and a utility pole before coming to a stop.
It is alleged that at the time of the incident he was in possession of a sub machine gun with serial number H16014 but was not a holder of a firearms license. It is also alleged that he had in his possession two ammunition magazines and three live rounds of 9mm ammo.
In another matter Jamie Andrew has been granted bail in the sum of $250,000.
Andrew, who was arrested and charged for the daring March 9th robbery of the Marigot Credit Union, is to report every day to the Portsmouth Police Station and to surrender all travel documents.
He was arrested along with Michel Azille, Mitchel Joseph, Princeton George, and Iam Massicot for the matter.
All the defendants are represented by attorney at law Wayne Norde.