When Rico Rashid Greaves returns to the District ‘C’ Magistrates Court on Monday, he will be sentenced for threatening a workmate.
Greaves, 23, of River Land, St Philip, admitted using threatening words to Kayode Pantophlet last December 15. Greaves went before Acting Chief Magistrate Christopher Birch.
Both men work on the beach selling drinks and renting chairs to tourists, police prosecutor Sergeant Azel Skeete told the court, even though neither of them had a licence to do so.
The two have also been known to have disputes between them and on the day in question, it was no different.
This time, Pantophlet told police that Greaves told him: “I would like to juck you in you neck and belly,” and that he had a knife at the time.
Greaves told the court the incident happened over a chair.
He was granted $750 bail until Monday, when the complainant is also to appear at court.