The Ministry of Education says it will not allow pranksters to disrupt the administration of the CSEC and CAPE examinations.
This, even as they introduced stricter security measures following widespread calls today that a number of bombs had been planted at several secondary schools across the country.
Speaking from his office at the Education Tower, Port-of-Spain earlier - Garcia assured students and parents that there was nothing to panic about.
Glen Dalrymple was today sentenced to 21 days in jail, hard labour, after pleading guilty to a charge of ‘misusing a phone by sending a message knowing it to be false to the inconvenience and needless anxiety to persons at Trincity Mall’, on May 26th, 2016, at 11:41am.
The sentence was imposed by Arima 2nd Court Magistrate Indar Jagroo, a statement from the Police Service says.
A married father of three will appear before an Arima Magistrate Court, on Tuesday 21st June, 2016, charged with misusing a phone by sending a message knowing it to be false to the inconvenience and needless anxiety to persons at Trincity Mall, on May 26th, 2016, at 11:41am.
A statement from the Police Service says Glen Dalrymple, 42, was charged under the Summary Offences Act Chapter 11:02 Section 106B at 9:00am Monday June 20th, 2016, by Sgt. Ishmael Pitt of the North Eastern Division Task Force at the Arouca Police Station.