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Messenger ordered to stay away from girlfriend

Samuel Small

Samuel Small

A 48-year-old messenger charged with unlawfully and maliciously wounding his girlfriend Glendine Harris is out on bail and out of their home, Samuel Small told a District ‘A’ Magistrate today he was moving out of the home at #33 Scotts Terrace, Grazettes, St Michael, which he shared with Harris.

Small was charged three days ago and he pleaded not guilty to the alleged offence when he appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today.

The prosecution did not object to bail, therefore the magistrate released him on $7,000 bail with one surety. He was ordered to return to court on August 17, but
he must stay away from the complainant at all times.

Small was not the only accused released on $7,000 bail and ordered to stay away form a complainant.

Public service vehicle operator Curtis Sullivan Tull, 48, was also released on bail after telling the District ‘A’ Court he did not commit the offence of physical assualt with which he was charged. Tull, of Mahaica Gap, Green Hill, St Michael is accused of assaulting Rachel Phillips, occasioning her actual bodily harm. He is to reappear in court on August 11.

The incident is alleged to have occurred on May 5.

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