Conductor charged with unlawful sex
A public service vehicle (PSV) conductor who is accused of having unlawful sexual intercourse with his alleged girlfriend, was denied bail today by District ‘A’ Criminal Court Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant.
Kishmar Shaquille Alleyne, 22, of Hoyte’s Village, St James is charged that on February 17, 2016, he had sexual intercourse with the complainant without her consent, knowing that she did not consent to the intercourse, or was reckless as to whether she consented to the intercourse.
The police prosecution strongly objected to bail on the grounds that it was a serious offence which Alleyne was facing and that he already was on bail for a similar offence.
The prosecution said that what was even more troubling, was that the allegations were of a similar nature and that society needed to be protected from him.
When the magistrate gave Alleyne the opportunity to apply for bail, he had difficulty doing so. “I can’t explain myself properly . . . I am not very educated,” he remarked.
Alleyne was not required to plead to the indictable charge and was remanded to HMP Dodds until May 25.