Two teenagers appeared before a Bridgetown magistrate Friday on separate charges of causing criminal damage.
However, Melissa Kimberly-Ann Forde of Burton’s Road, St Stephen’s Landing Scheme, Black Rock, St Michael and Tryheim Jabar Hakeem Codrington of 1st Avenue Baywater St Michael – who are both 19-years-old – pleaded not guilty in the District ‘A” Magistrates’ Court to the offences.
Forde, a student, was charged with damaging a motorcar belonging to Rohan Smith Thursday.
The prosecution did not object to her bail but requested that she be made to stay away from the complainant’s residence until the case had been thoroughly ventilated.
Magistrate Douglas Frederick agreed to grant bail in the sum of $2,500 bail with one surety to Forde, who is due to appear in the No. 2 District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court on March 16, 2017.
Today, the magistrate also ordered Codrington to re-appear in the same court on the same date, after granting him bail in the same amount and with the same condition attached as Forde’s.
However, the mechanic is charged with damaging a motor van belonging to Danilo Hutchinson on December 28.