Two men jointly charged with endangering road users at Barbarees Hill, St Michael by throwing stones, as well as having offensive weapons in public, were each released on $2,000 bail Friday morning.
Vincent Anthony Marville and Corwin Anthony Pompey, both of Barbarees Hill, pleaded not guilty to throwing stones on a public road in a manner which could cause injury to road users on July 27, 2017.
The men, who appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick in the No.1 District ‘A’ Criminal Court, also denied causing a disturbance at Barbarees Hill on the same day.
Marville was also charged with having a knife and Pompey with having a cutlass in public. The men also pleaded not guilty to those offences, which also allegedly took place last Thursday.
The pair is to return to court on October 25, 2017.