A 32-year-old general worker, who damaged two tyres on the vehicle a female friend got a ride in with another man, is expected to know his fate tomorrow.
Appearing in the District ‘A’ Traffic Court this afternoon, Dewayne Colvin Yarde of 8E Church Village, St Philip admitted to damaging the tyres on Damar Taylor’s vehicle on August 31.
According to Station Sergeant Carson Henry, Yarde went to the Flash Zone Bar to collect the woman, but as he inquired about her whereabouts, “she was about to leave in another man’s car”.
The prosecutor explained that Taylor later parked and secured his vehicle but during a check the following day realized the tyres had been damaged.
“I just let out the air,” Yarde told Acting Magistrate Sandra Rawlins, who then told him that he should have walked away.
“If it is that she chose to go home with someone else, leave it at that, don’t go damaging tyres,” Rawlins advised Yarde whom she granted $1,000 bail until tomorrow.
Taylor is also expected to appear in court tomorrow.