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Don't come back!

“I do not want to see you back in these courts unless you have won some kind of award or have done something outstanding. . . I do not think the police want to see you again either. Neither will the blocks be seeing you again.” So said Justice Randall Worrell to a convicted man […]

60-year-old charged with harassment

A 60-year-old man appeared in a Bridgetown Court today charged with two counts of harassing a woman in Baxter’s Road, The City. Clyde Stanfield Phillips denied harassing Shana Joseph on either May 8 or 13 this year. The accused lives at Phillips Road, St Stephen’s Hill, St Michael. Acting Magistrate Alliston Seale noted that there […]

Man admits to stealing laptop

By June 19, a man who stole a computer belonging to Combermere School will know his fate. Leron Alexander Wilfred Bennett pleaded guilty to stealing the laptop from Jerry Haynes’ home on April 16. Haynes is a teacher at the school. Bennett, a 21-year-old from Quarry Road, Bank Hall, St Michael, went before acting Magistrate […]

Convicted youth off to Mental

After pleading guilty to seven charges earlier this year, Jereon Revaldo Cumberbatch returned to court today for sentencing. The teen reappeared before Magistrate Graveney Bannister in the District ‘A’ Traffic Court, after being remanded to the Psychiatric Hospital on the last occasion. Cumberbatch, 16, lives at Yearwood Road, Black Rock, St Michael. When he first […]


Dorian DaCosta Renee Harewood entered the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court with a surety, but after she addressed the court he no longer had one. Harewood, 26, a resident of Crawford Road, Ellerton, St George, is accused of unlawfully and maliciously wounding Shane Foster. When asked her reason for doing so by Magistrate Douglas Frederick, the […]

Teen accused of stealing ATV

A 17-year-old went before a Bridgetown Court Wednesday on seven charges. Tridan Tarik Rock, of Pounders Gap, Westbury Road, St Michael pleaded guilty to all of the May 15 offences before acting Magistrate Alliston Seale. The teen is charged with stealing an all terrain vehicle (ATV) belonging to Shawn Parris on that date, driving it […]

Man confesses to hitting another in his head with rock

Michael Charles O’Brian Johnson will be spending the next month at HMP Dodds, after confessing that he hit another man in his head with a rock on Tuesday. Johnson, who resides at Farm Tenantry Road, St Philip, pleaded guilty to wounding before Magistrate Wanda Blair. Sergeant Robert Jones said the complainant, Anderson Babb, and a female were […]

‘He ain’t no man’

After spending a few months on remand, a teenager was released on $7 000 bail today, by acting Magistrate Alliston Seale. Zekie Ezekial Williams, of Mason Hall Street, St Michael denied assaulting Renaldo Christie with intent to rob him last November 13. When his surety was being interviewed, the acting Magistrate asked whether she felt […]

‘Owlie’ victim still in pain

Ricky Roland “Owlie” Alkins returned to the No. 2 Supreme Court today for his pre-sentencing report to be read. The businessman was found guilty earlier this year of intentionally causing serious bodily harm to Stephen Larrier on February 28, 2012. Alkins, 42, lives at Hannays, Christ Church. During the trial, Larrier testified that Alkins hit […]

Man jailed for stealing disinfectant

Two months ago, Keith Fitzgerald Henderson Batson, 44, of no fixed place of abode, admitted harassing a woman and using threatening words to her. Those were “I hate you. I am going to chop you up. When I come across Nelson Street, I would chop you up.” After pleading not guilty originally, Batson later changed […]

$250 fine for stealing bottle of rum

When Sai Yearwood went into Carlton Supermarket two months ago, security personnel kept him under surveillance. They saw when he went to the liquor section and selected a bottle of rum. They also saw when he proceeded to the bakery section, where he remained for about 10 minutes before going to the cashier. The Lower […]

Camouflage case

Shamar Winston Hallam Proverbs confessed to a Bridgetown court that he was wearing camouflage clothing over the weekend. Proverbs, of Barracks Road, Bank Hall, St Michael went before acting Magistrate Alliston Seale in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court yesterday. The offence occurred on May 16. Sergeant Neville Reid said police saw Proverbs that day wearing […]

Two electricians freed of charges

Two electricians had a matter against them dismissed by acting Magistrate Alliston Seale yesterday. Davian Jamal Goodman, 29, of Boyce Road, Free Hill, Black Rock, St Michael and Jamar Andero Hinkson, 30, of 5th Avenue St Barnabas Heights in the same parish, were charged with stealing copper worth $13 000 belonging to the Hilton Barbados, […]

Visitor told to return, but don’t drive

An American visitor pleaded guilty to four traffic offences when he went before acting Magistrate Alliston Seale yesterday. Michael Leo Gittens, who is staying at Melbourne Apartments, Black Rock, St Michael, admitted that he drove without due care and attention, without reasonable consideration for other road users and that he failed to comply with a […]

No surety for rape accused

An accused man has until Thursday to find another surety after his current one withdrew today. Ryan Trevor Oneal Belgrave, who is facing two charges before the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court, returned before acting Magistrate Alliston Seale. He was told by the court that his brother had sent word that he could no longer act […]

Slinger accomplice appeals for bail

When Don Winfield Harper returned to court today, he applied to acting Magistrate Alliston Seale for bail. The Richmond Gap, St Michael resident was charged, along with journalist Timothy McDonald Slinger, with entering De Diva Hype Bar sometime between March 10 and April 15 and stealing liquor worth $2 361 belonging to Jacqueline Proverbs. The […]

Man pleads guilty to having rusty cutlass

Police went to Marhill Street twice on May 16 after they got calls from people in the area that a man had a cutlass. On the first occasion, they found nothing. But the second time, they found a rusty cutlass in Samuel Wendell Yearwood’s pants waist. Yearwood, 52, of #7 Hill Top, Pinelands, St Michael, […]

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