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Four granted bail

Four accused persons was granted bail yesterday in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court after pleading not guilty on charges of assault in connection with separate matters.

They are Laketa Mariam Burnett, Ronald Anderson Elms, Roger Decourcey Mayers and Oliver Chesterfield Thornhill.

Ronald Anderson Elms & Oliver Chesterfield Thornhill

Ronald Anderson Elms & Oliver Chesterfield Thornhill

Burnett, 29, of Denton Road, Grazettes, St Michael is charged with causing serious bodily harm to Kathy-Ann Momerelle on May 30th, 2016, with intent to maim, disable, and disfigure.

The accused, who is a sales associate, was granted bail in the sum of $3,000 with one surety and is scheduled to reappear in court of September 6, 2016.

Also expected to return to court on that date is Elms, 40, of Long Gap, Grazettes, St. Michael. The unemployed man was charged on May 30 with unlawfully assaulting Mosiah Momerelle. He was granted bail in the sum of $3,000 with one surety.

Meanwhile, the stroke of a pen of one surety also allowed Roger Decourcey Mayers, 53, to walk out of the Bridgetown Court this morning.

He was granted $3, 000 bail on a charge of unlawfully and maliciously wounding Orville Rawlins on May 24, 2016. He was ordered to reappear in court on September 6, 2016.

Oliver Chesterfield Thornhill, meantime, was warned to stay away from Oriel Griffith.

Thornhill, 55, a landscaper, is charged with unlawfully and maliciously wounding Griffith on June 22, 2013.

He is expected to return to court on September 6, after he was placed on $3, 000 bail with one surety.

Magistrate Douglas Frederick was the presiding judge in the four cases.

One Response to Four granted bail

  1. Ezekiel Baker
    Ezekiel Baker June 2, 2016 at 10:47 am

    I tough bajan people was docile, what happening, is there something in the water, or is it too much rum punch.


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