A 36-year-old mother was released on bail today after she denied threatening to kill the father of her child.
Magistrate Dougalas Frederick granted Seandette Necole Bennett of Pickwick Gap, St Michael $1,000 bail when she appeared on the criminal charge.
Bennett is charged with expressing a desire to see Steve Stuart dead within the man’s earshot, which caused him to be alarmed, harassed or distressed.
“You believe my child ain’t bathe yet. I hate he. I want somebody to [expletive] kill he. I can’t wait for somebody to kill he. I want to kill he,” she is accused of saying.
There was no objection to bail for the emotional woman who claimed that “he shot me already and I drop the charge . . . he say nobody can’t get me [and] he will bring me down”.
However, the magistrate told Bennett that she had “cried wolf” on that occasion and now she was the one facing the criminal offence.
“I can’t get no peace with he. This man threatening me every day,” she stated as she revealed that Stoute had secured living accommodation in her apartment building after she “put him out”.
The case against Bennett will continue in the District ‘A” Magistrates’ Court on April 17.