Shalom Shem Batson, 19, of Laynes Road, Brittons Hill, St Michael, and Carl Erwin Sealey, 17, of Lot 32, Frere Pilgrim South, Christ Church were both placed on curfew by Acting Chief Magistrate Douglas Frederick today.
The two teenagers are accused of robbing Jamar Powlett of $427 on September 6.
However, they both pleaded not guilty to the offence and were each granted $3,000 bail.
Station Sergeant Neville Watson, who prosecuted the case, did not object to their bail but requested that Batson be placed on a curfew and be made to present himself to a police station.
“Based on his antecedents and [the fact] that he is not working we need to keep him in check,” Watson said.
Both men were placed on a 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew. However, only Batson would be required to report to a police every Wednesday before 10 a.m.
They return to the No. 2 Magistrates’ Court on November 23.