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Sheepherder placed on bond

COURT TODAY BLOCKThree weeks ago, Eric Anderson Clarke was remanded to the Psychiatric Hospital after claiming to a Bridgetown Court that institution owed him money for “keeping sheep” for them “for years” and that the Prime Minister gave him the go-ahead to play football for Barbados.

Clarke, who resides at of Chapel Place, Culloden Road, St Michael was not allowed to plead at that time.

When he returned before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court today, a much more coherent Clarke pleaded guilty to accosting motorists along Culloden Road on September 17.

He was placed on a six-month bond to keep the peace. If he is in breach, Clarke will have to forfeit $1 500 forthwith. Failure to do so means he will have to spend six months behind bars.

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