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Businessman to know fate tomorrow

COURT TODAY BLOCKBusinessman Ricky Roland “Owlie” Alkins will know by tomorrow whether he will be granted bail.

Justice Margaret Reifer will give her decision then, on an application made by Alkins’ attorney Kerrie Symmonds earlier today.

On Tuesday, Alkins was found guilty by a jury of causing serious bodily harm to one of his minibus drivers, Stephen Larrier, on February 28, 2012.

Larrier was hit in the face with a rock after he came up $30 short of the $460 daily lease amount for the minibus.

Alkins, 42, lives at Hannays, Christ Church.

2 Responses to Businessman to know fate tomorrow

  1. DAP March 20, 2015 at 9:00 am

    Hit a man for 30 dollars and have to pay a lawyer hundreds and he might have to pay the man thousands do the math Owlie

  2. Stepha March 20, 2015 at 12:17 pm

    I hope all the others he had done it to also come is time he realise that slavery done with


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