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Interior decorator held with 3 guns
A 27-year-old interior decorator was charged with three offences of firearm possession after police claimed they found three revolvers hidden in a toilet tank at her San Fernando home yesterday.
Around 12.15 am, Southern Division Task Force executed a search warrant at the home of Sinead Kasha Maharaj, on Cedar Grove Road, Hermitage Village.
The officers, including Insp Don Gajadhar, Sgt Vishal Parasram, Cpl Dinton Dinoo, PC Hayden Dookie and PC Avidesh Narine scoured the house and found three firearms in a handbag, concealed in a toilet tank.
The revolvers were a Smith & Wesson .38 special revolver, a.357 Magnum revolver and a Taurus .38 special revolver. Maharaj, who was home at the time, was arrested and charged.
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