Bail for harassment and assault accused
Assault and harassment were among charges for which people were granted bail when they appeared in a Bridgetown Court today.
In one case, 29-year-old Greg Omar Jackman of Lot 59 Casuarina Estate, St Philip told Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant he was not guilty of unlawfully assaulting Roger King on February 25.
The taxi driver also denied that he assaulted and resisted Police Constable Tyrone Straker in the execution of his duty.
There was no objection to bail and he was released on a $4,000 surety to return to court on May 3.
Jackman was also warned to stay away from King and his property.
In another matter, Shaquille Devon Booker, a resident of Parish Land, Christ Church, is accused of unlawfully assaulting Pamela Rowe on November 5, 2016.
He denied the charge and was granted $3,000 bail by Magistrate Cuffy-Sargeant after the prosecutor Sergeant Janice Ifill had no objections.
The 21-year-old labourer returns to court on May 10.
Meantime, 21-year-old bartender Kelsi Cherrelle Marshall denied assaulting and resisting Special Constable Tonya Lynch in the execution of her duties on February 26.
Marshall, of Belle Gully, St Michael, was granted $2,000 bail and will return to court on April 27.
Cyrilene Janet Springer of Balls Land, Christ Church was granted $1,500 bail when she appeared before Magistrate Cuffy-Sargeant.
The 47-year-old woman is accused of harassing Kevin Hutson without lawful authority or excuse.
Springer was ordered to return to court on May 9, having been warned to stay away from the complaint and his property.