Two residents of Suttle Street, The City have been remanded to prison after admitting to causing a disturbance this morning.
Oneil Anthony Williams, 20, was also charged with having an offensive weapon earlier today.
However, the sole charge against Shammare Tevin Cole of the same address, was that of causing a disturbance.
In presenting the case, Sergeant Neville Reid told the District ‘A’ Court that Sergeant Geraldine Corbin was on duty at Central Police Station earlier today when she heard a commotion outside.
When she went out to investigate, she saw the two men struggling. She called for help but by then both men had walked away.
Shortly after the officer heard a second commotion. This time, she saw both Williams and Cole inside the police station struggling with each other. Williams was wielding a stick and threatening that he was going to hit Cole with it.
However, while owning up to causing a scene, the accused men said they were only involved in a quarrel and not a fight as the prosecution had made it out to be.
Cole is already on bail for burglary.
Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant will sentence the pair when they return to court next Friday.