$10,000 bail for Jordan
A 24-year-old water sports operator was not required to plead to causing Adrianna Sobers’ death by driving a motorcycle along Black Rock Main Road on April 3 this year, in a manner that was dangerous to the public.
Kemar Rico Jordan, of Chapel Gap, Paynes Bay, St James went before acting Magistrate Elwood Watts in the District ‘A’ Traffic Court today.
Sobers, 17, of Nelson Street, The City, was the pillion rider on the motorcycle which was involved in a Good Friday accident with two Transport Board buses.
There was no objection to bail from police prosecutor, Sergeant Theodore McClean, who asked the court to place certain conditions on the accused.
Jordan was granted $10,000 bail and will reappear in the same court on October 13. In the meantime, he must report to the Holetown Police station once a week, with identification.
Jordan was represented by attorney-at-law Arthur Holder.