His address was listed as no fixed place of abode.
However, Anderson McDonald Greenidge will be able to call HMP Dodds home for the next 28 days.
The 41-year-old was remanded to prison by Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today when he appeared in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court on three charges.
Greenidge pleaded not guilty to assaulting police constable Russell Jordan as well as resisting the same officer on June 11, 2018.
He did plead guilty, however, to having cannabis in his possession on the same date.
The weight of the drugs was 5.1 grammes with a street value of $5.
Prosecutor Sergeant Edwin Pinder objected to the accused being granted bail on the grounds that the charges were serious in nature; that he had no fixed place of abode and society needed to be protected from him.
In his application for bail, Greenidge argued that he was gainfully employed as a farmer who dealt with potatoes and yams.
He said he was also willing to live with his mother if necessary.
Those arguments proved to be unsuccessful, as the magistrate remanded him until July 10, when he will be sentenced for the drug possession charge.