Student on wounding charge gets bail

An 18-year-old student was granted $2,500 bail today when he appeared in a Bridgetown Court on a wounding charge.

Kemar Decoursey Bourne of Redmans Village, St Thomas is charged with unlawfully wounding Sharelle Wiltshire on September 1, an allegation he denied when he went before Magistrate Douglas Frederick.

His case continues on February 5, 2018 in the No.1 District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court.

Meantime 39-year-old welder Omar Omerhi Perryman will make another appearance in court on September 28.

Omar Perryman

Perryman of Market Hill, St George is accused of sending the threatening electronic message “I gine kill you” to Tania Russell on September 21.

He was not allowed to enter a plea to the offence as it occurred in the District ‘D’ jurisdiction.

In another case 40-year-old Sherman Troy Hinds of Edgecliff, St John was freed of a charge of inflicting serious bodily harm on Mark Farrell on June 4, last year.

When he first appeared in court he had denied the charge and was placed on $3,000 bail.

However when the case came up today Farrell said he was no longer interested in pursuing the matter.

Edgecliff was dismissed after Farrell paid $250 in court costs.

One Response to Student on wounding charge gets bail

  1. BOBO THE SAME CLOWN September 25, 2017 at 7:47 pm

    He got scared . Maybe threatened dat a more severe beating would come if convicted. You Coward.


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