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Broomes’ cases set for October


The matters which Parkinson Secondary School Principal Jeffrey Broomes has against two St Michael women are set to begin on October 29.

The matters are that on December 10, 2013 Danissa Shontelle Foster, 23 and Helen Louise Gill, 56, entered Parkinson School premises and misconducted themselves by behaving in a threatening manner, that they unlawfully assaulted Broomes and damaged his vehicle.

The mother and daughter appeared in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court today before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant. The cases were adjourned until October 15 but when Gill informed the court that she was travelling on October 6 and therefore would not be available, she was accommodated.

However, Magistrate Cuffy-Sargeant informed Gill that she should not have made travel plans without the court’s permission.

“There is a way we do things in court. You have to apply for permission to travel once you have a matter in court.”

Gill will return to court on September 25 to do so.

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