A 23-year-old man, accused of ten criminal charges, was granted $10,000 bail today after the prosecutor failed to produce a file in any of the cases.
Adrian Ramario Mottley, of No 13 Watermill Place, Bayville, St Michael, is jointly charged with another man with nine robbery offences and one assault charge, dating back to December last year.
When the matter was called today Sergeant Rudy Pilgrim told Magistrate Douglas Frederick he had been expecting a file on the case since morning but it had not been produced.
“He is not a fit candidate for bail but the prosecution has misfired because they have failed to produce a file,” the magistrate said as he granted bail to the accused.
However, Mottley, who is represented by attorney-at-law Leslie Cargill-Straker, must now report to Central Police Station every Monday and Wednesday by 10 a.m. with valid identification.
The accused has also been placed on a daily 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew and cannot leave the country unless he seeks permission from the District ‘A’ Magistrate’s Court.
Mottley returns to court on September 5.