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first_imgJust over a month after a joint operation at the Camp Street Prison unearthed a quantity of prohibited items, another raid was conducted on Saturday morning which led to the discovery of narcotics, among other contraband items.Camp Street PrisonThe raid was carried out by members of the Guyana Police Force (GPF), the Prisons Service and the Guyana Defence Force (GDF). Among the items found are 448 grams of narcotics, 18 cellular phones, 16 phone chargers, 39 improvised weapons, 39 lighters, 53 packs of cigarettes, 126 razor blades, 14 SIM cards for mobile phones and three memory cards.In mid-November, following the announcement of a possible domestic security threat, the Joint Services conducted a search at the same institution and found 21 improvised weapons and knives, 20 razor blades, 558 grams of marijuana, 22 cellular phones and five gallons of homemade wine, along with a number of other banned items.This was alarming since the last raid on the correctional institution was done on November 12, 2016, which meant that the contraband items accumulated in just over a month.After the raid in November, the Public Security Ministry in a release assured the public that it will continue to work closely with the Guyana Prison Service and the Joint Services to address on-going security weaknesses at the nation’s correctional facilities.In March, a similar raid at the Georgetown prison resulted in one of the most deadly unrests in the country, causing the death of 17 inmates and injuring several others, including prison officers at the city penitentiary.Inmates on remand at the facility started to protest after prison officials seized several contraband items during a raid at the Capital A section on March 2, 2016. In retaliation, the prisoners started several fires that night and another the following morning, which turned out to be deadly.Then on March 4, 2016, angry inmates lashed out again, kicking out the entire wooden wall of one of the buildings located in the Southern section of the compound. This occurred mainly because the inmates protested the conditions of the prison, with the number one complaint being overcrowding.In this regard, the Government has set aside $369 millionin the 2017 National Budget to rehabilitate the Mazaruni Prison which in turn will address the overcrowding at the Camp Street penitentiary. This is the first phase of a $2 billion investment into the Mazaruni Prison.last_img read more

first_img Outsider: Lodrick Stewart came to USC from Seattle thinking as Washington as his rival more than UCLA. However, after three years as a Trojan, he said he is getting into the crosstown rivalry. “It’s kind of growing on me now,” Stewart said. “It wasn’t that big of a deal to me when I first got here. But everyone makes it such a big deal that I have to take it seriously.” Stewart remains bothered by the ankle he sprained Jan. 5 against Arizona State. He said it was really sore after Thursday’s Washington game, and that he has trouble pushing off for his jump shot. Stewart, who averages 12.6 points per game, scored just four Saturday against Washington State. Bad memories: USC’s returning players are still haunted by the UCLA games from last year. The Trojans blew an 18-point halftime lead at the Sports Arena to lose 72-69, then were blown out 90-69 in Pauley Pavilion. “Any time UCLA comes up, I always think of what happened last year,” Pruitt said. “We had that game at home and gave it away. I try to watch tape and figure out what we did wrong so we don’t do it again.” Matthew Kredell, (818)713-3607 [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita “I think Ryan’s going to try to play,” Floyd said. “I wouldn’t be surprised if he doesn’t play, but I don’t want to tell you he’s not going to play. I think he will try to play, and how effective he can be I don’t know.” Francis, who made a key steal at the end of the game against Washington State on Saturday, already has made his place as one of the best defenders in the Pacific 10 Conference. He is fourth in the conference with 33 steals. The Trojans need Francis’ defensive energy to disrupt UCLA point guard Jordan Farmar, a Taft High of Woodland Hills product. If Francis cannot go, Floyd said senior Dwayne Shackleford would start at point guard and Gabe Pruitt would handle more of the ball-handling duties. Francis received treatment and worked out on a bike during practice Tuesday. He will get further treatment from trainer Mark Pocinich today before determining his availability for the game. “It’s a pain thing,” Pocinich said. “He can move well but it’s just sore, so that tends to limit the muscle a little bit. We’ll give him another day to heal, work him out before the game and see what happens.” Ryan Francis did not practice Tuesday and will be a game-time decision against UCLA today because of a bruised knee, though the USC coaching staff and trainer sounded optimistic that the point guard would be able to go. X-rays on the knee came back negative. center_img “It’s just still tender and I can’t really bend it, so that’s really bothering me,” Francis said. “I just hope that we can get it better by icing it up and getting a little heat on it.” Francis bruised the knee in practice Monday while trying to take a charge from fellow freshman guard Sead Odzic. last_img read more