Category: Court

Burrowes accused of escaping lawful custody

A 59-year-old contractor, who allegedly escaped police custody, will spend the next 28 days at HMP Dodds. Herwin Llewellyn Burrowes, of Taylor Gap, Delmere Land, Belmont Road, St Michael, was arrested on June 9 for possession, possession with intent to supply and trafficking of cannabis before he allegedly escaped “with the use of force”. He […]

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Marshall denies importing drugs

A 34-year-old man has denied importing 503 grammes of cannabis into Barbados. Kelvin Jamal Marshall, of Chalky Mount, St Andrew, also pleaded not guilty to possession, possession with intent to supply and trafficking of $4,032 worth of the illicit drug on July 19. The accused was granted $2,000 bail and must now report to the […]

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Ugly twist

A 31-year-old man, who assaulted his ex girlfriend, is to know his fate on Monday. When Damon Jamal Wharton, of Sobers Lane, St Michael, appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today it was revealed that he was in a relationship with Jennlika Austin for seven years, which had ended. However, the two kept in contact via […]

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Judgment reserved in Frederick’s appeal

Defence attorney Marlon Gordon today argued that the two “indeterminate” concurrent life sentences handed down on manslayer Charles Matthew O’Brien Frederick almost six years ago were “wrong”. Gordon, in an appeal before Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson and Justices of Appeal Kaye Goodridge and Andrew Burgess, was adamant that the trial judge had a duty […]

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Mechanic denies cursing police

A 50-year-old mechanic, charged which committing three offences against police, has been released on $2,000 bail. Mark Winston Rollins, of Farm Road, Ellerton, St George, had been on remand since May 29, after denying a charge of refusing to leave Police Headquarters when directed to do so on May 22. Rollins is also accused of […]

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Love triangle turns ugly

A Barbadian, a Jamaican and a Trinidadian, who were apparently involved in a love triangle, have ended up before the law courts. The Jamaican, 25-year-old Odelva Rose Nathan, appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today charged with wounding Trinidadian Ornella Hall and damaging a motorcar belonging to Barbadian Samuel Boyce on July 18. After she pleaded […]

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DJ posts bail in the sum of $900,000

A second man from a group of six charged in connection with the seizure of 800 pounds of cannabis, has been released from jail. Earlier, Ryan Oneal Griffith, of Lucas Street, St Philip, was unable to secure the $1 million bail amount imposed by Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant during his first court appearance on June 20. […]

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Vincy ordered to stay away from complainant

A Vincentian man, charged with assault, will make his next appearance in the District ‘A’ Magistrate’s Court on November 12. Dillano Gregdon John Olive, of Station Hill, St Michael, is charged with assaulting Danielle Boden on June 29, occasioning her actual bodily harm. He denied the charge when he appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today. […]

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Fight in court

Court proceedings took a violent turn this afternoon as two of four men turned on each other in the docks of the District ‘A’ Magistrate’s Court. After 23-year-old Malcolm Marlon Archer, of Sweet Street, Lowthers Hill, Christ Church, 25-year-old Ramone Sharome Henderson Griffith of the same address, 23-year-old Shaquille Oneal Orlando Cumberbatch, of 3rd Avenue […]

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Vendor denies threatening to ‘chop up’ McClean

A fish vendor was granted $500 bail when he appeared in the District ‘A’ Magistrate’s Court today. It is alleged that Andy Christopher Small, of Long Gap, Spooners Hill, St Michael, threatened to “chop up” Yvette McClean, causing her to believe that unlawful violence would be used against her. However, Small pleaded not guilty to […]

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Theft accused tired of waiting on remand

A 58-year-old man, who has been on remand at Dodds prison since last December, today told a Bridgetown magistrate he was running out of patience. Joseph Henry St Clair Cadogan, of no fixed place of abode, is accused of stealing $800 belonging to Rodney Babb, a $41,000 motorcar belonging to Chelsea Motors and two vehicle […]

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Police chase ends in Hinds’ arrest

A 48-year-old motorist, who took police on a short vehicle chase through Broad Street last Friday, has been remanded to the Psychiatric Hospital. Shawn Aden Hinds, of Rock Close Wildey, St Michael, had earlier admitted before Acting Chief Magistrate Ian Weekes to failing to comply with a no entry traffic sign and to stop his […]

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Ninja Man’s appeal

Saying he has duties to do on the streets like everybody else, street character Ninja Man today appealed to a local magistrate to release him from jail. This after prosecutor Station Sergeant Samuel Hinds requested an adjournment in the matter in which Ninja Man, whose real name is Anthony Fitzpatrick Lynch, is accused of entering […]

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Drug accused granted $14,000 bail

A 38-year-old man, who allegedly imported $28, 800 worth of cannabis into Barbados, was granted bail when he appeared in the District ‘A’ Magistrate’s Court today. Wally Foster Joseph, of Eighth Avenue, New Orleans, St Michael, is also accused of possession, possession with intent to supply and possession with intent to traffic cannabis on July […]

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Embattled teen

A teenager, who is already on remand, had two new criminal charges levelled against him today. It is alleged that 18-year-old Diego Reyshan Wilson, of Spencer’s Gap, Baxters Road, St Michael, engaged in unlawful and malicious conduct on December 16, 2016, which placed Jakeem Germain and Codi Agard in danger of death or serious bodily […]

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Assault charge against health inspector dismissed

A health inspector no longer has an assault charge hanging over his head. Three years after police charged Dale Jamaar Nurse with assaulting a woman, a file still had not been produced. Nurse, of Lot 30, 3rd Avenue, West Terrace Gardens, St James, was accused of assaulting Shamika Depeiza on April 13, 2015. Yesterday when […]

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Wrong PM!

Obviously not aware of the outcome of the recent general elections, Chesterfield Asquith Clarke went to Government headquarters hoping to meet Prime Minister Freundel Stuart. However, when that didn’t pan out as expected, he became upset and refused to leave the property after he was asked to do so. It resulted in the 53-year-old shoe […]

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