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One remanded after failing to secure surety

COURT TODAY BLOCKSeveral accused persons who went before Acting Chief Magistrate Douglas Frederick earlier today, were granted bail.

Among them was Regis Bradley Romaine of Farm Land, Deacons, St Michael who is charged with assaulting Shameka Prescod on December 29, 2013 and causing her serious bodily harm on August 31 this year.

He is now on $3,000 bail until November 28 when he returns to court.

Andre Xavier Leacock, a 26-year-old from Combermere Street, St Michael was not required to plead to a similar charge of intentionally causing serious bodily harm to Andre Fernandez on August 29. He was granted $5,000 bail and he, too, will return to court on November 28.

Quarry Road, Bank Hall, St Michael resident Charles Hilary Roberts also went before the same court, accused of unlawfully entering Buddies 4Ever Café & Grill on September 1, even after he was forbidden from doing so by Brett Harding.

He denied the charge and was offered bail. However, the absence of a surety meant he was remanded to prison until September 30 when the case comes back before the court.

Meanwhile, female accused Jewel Michelle Isaacs pleaded not guilty to assaulting Misha Caesar on August 25 and occasioning her actual bodily harm.

The Burkes Road, Brittons Hill resident will be back in court on November 28. She remains on $3,000 bail.

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