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Wounding case dismissed

COURT TODAY BLOCKA young couple was advised today to ‘walk away’ before something worse happens between them.

The advice came from Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant as she addressed the pair in the District ‘A’ Magistrate Court No. 2.

Kishmar Pedro Alleyne appeared in court charged with unlawfully and maliciously wounding Kimberly Bynoe on Monday.

Alleyne, 30, lives at Lot 84 Clapham, St Michael.

When the complainant came to court today, she indicated that she no longer wanted to proceed with the matter.

There was a white bandage on her forehead.

When the magistrate enquired what the problem was between them, the complainant said Alleyne was aggressive, but he made a similar counter-claim.

It was at that point that attorney-at-law Verla Depeiza addressed the court, saying that she had known both parties for a long time and had already spoken to them about their behaviour.

The magistrate dismissed the matter with a warning to both persons and ordered $150 court costs to be paid. It
was paid.

2 Responses to Wounding case dismissed

  1. Doria Alleyne
    Doria Alleyne September 9, 2015 at 10:14 am

    Awoman should never put a man in court if she know that she’s gonna go back with the man.

  2. Tony Webster September 9, 2015 at 10:48 am

    Verily, Verla, you coulda, and shoulda, advised your two good friends, to pay you an additional $150…. and so avoid wasting the previous (make that, very precious) time of the Court.

    My dad, may he rest peacefully, said to me that most family rucktions arise from “poor communications”.
    Yes,this happens even with rich families!
    Peace…is much better than pieces.


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