A 45-year-old St Michael man, charged with two offences, was granted $1,500 bail when he appeared before the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court earlier today.
Christopher Maurice Straker, of No.18 Brighton Crescent, Black Rock, pleaded not guilty, before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant, to two counts of allowing dogs in public without a lead or leash.
The offences allegedly stem from the January 19 incident in which 81-year-old Enid Small, a Barbadian residing in Canada, was attacked and injured by two dogs while walking along Brighton Road, St Michael.
The case against Straker continues on May 17.
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