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Cases dismissed

COURT TODAY BLOCKMagistrate Douglas Frederick today dismissed two matters before the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court after the complainants indicated they were no longer interested in proceeding with the cases.

The first complainant to do so was Harvey Martindale who told the court he expected to be compensated by Shakir Omari Maycock who was charged with the offence of intentionally damaging Martindales’ car on July 23 this year.

Maycock, 21, is from 7th Avenue New Orleans, The City.

In the second case in which John Andrew Holder was charged with unlawfully and maliciously wounding Andria Devonish on August 3, she too opted not to offer evidence against the accused.

Holder, 45, resides at Lot 7 Clevedale Development, St Michael.

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