Magistrate Douglas Frederick today prohibited 27-year-old Tramaine Dario Yarde from venturing to Suttle Street and to be on his best behaviour for the six months.
If the Black Rock Main Road, St Michael resident violates the order he will have to pay the District ‘A’ Magistrate’s Court $1,500 forthwith or spend three months at HMP Dodds.
Yarde returned to court today after spending the past four days on remand after he was unable to get a surety to post his bail on his first appearance.
He pleaded guilty to entering the home of Vincent Davis on August 17 as a trespasser and damaging a television, a stereo and a mirror collectively worth $1,050.
Davis reappeared in court today and declared he “ain’t come to tell no lies”. He disclosed that he and Yarde were in a relationship but it was now over.
“I try to take care of him but this boy smoke cocaine. This is not the first time he mash up things,” Davis declared, to which Yarde responded:
“This man obsess with me, this man does stalk me, this man needs help.”
Davis pointed out that the incident occurred at his home which caused the magistrate to question Yarde about his reason for being in that area when he was the one alleging that Davis was stalking him.
“Looking for money . . . and hanging out with my friends,” was Yarde’s reply, while informing the magistrate about his time on remand.
“It rough in prison, you don’t get much to eat and people does discriminate against you,” he disclosed.
The magistrate admonished Yarde to stay away from the area and ordered Davis to desist from interfering with the accused.
Yarde also has until September 28 to compensate Davis $1,000 for the damaged items, failing which he will spend three months in prison.