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Two men granted bail on charges of assault

courtTwo Christ Church men, who are facing separate assault charges, have been granted bail in the District ‘B’ Magistrates’ Court.

Twenty-one-year-old Cashion Romario Inniss of Maxwell Hill and 27-year-old Andrew Omar Grant of Lot 31, Pegwell Park, appeared before Acting Oistins Magistrate Alliston Seale today.

Inniss was not required to plead to the charge of indecently assaulting a woman on September 19, but was granted bail in the sum of $7,500 with one surety to re-appear in court on October 27.

However, he was warned by the magistrate not to go within 200 yards of the virtual complainant and that he must report to the Oistins Police Station every Tuesday.

Grant, meanwhile, pleaded not
guilty to assaulting Shontelle Pile on September 27.

There was no objection to his bail, which was set at $1,000 with one surety.

Grant was also warned not to interfere with the virtual complainant, not to visit her residence and to report to the
Oistins Police Station every Tuesday before 6 p.m.

He returns to court on November 3.

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