Two teenagers who police alleged were responsible for one of the bush fires that created a headache for firemen last week appeared in court this morning and were each granted $25,000 bail.
Chief Magistrate Pamela Beckles also placed several conditions on Jed Anthony Taylor, 17, of Foul Bay, St. Philip and Tyler Robert Coombes, 16, of Worthing Road, Christ Church, including a 6 pm to 6 am curfew.
She also ordered them to surrender their passports, report to the nearest police station every Monday by 10 am, and attend church regularly.
Taylor and Coombes are accused of causing a nuisance by setting fire to grassland at Chancery Lane, Christ Church last Wednesday.
They will return to the Oistins Magistrate Court on July 10.
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