PSV driver conductor and accused of causing a disturbance

A public service vehicle (PSV) driver and a conductor, who appeared in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court on a joint charge, have both been released on $2,500 bail.

Troy Antonio Stevenson, 36, of St Barnabas, St Michael, is accused along with Damian Jamal Andre King, 30, of No. 17 Whitehall, Tenantry, Whitehall, St Michael, of causing a disturbance on Tudor Street, The City, on December 20.

Stevenson, who is the PSV driver, pleaded guilty to the charge, while King entered a not guilty plea.

However, Station Sergeant Neville Reid asked that the facts of the case be deferred until King’s matter was dealt with, as it arose out of the same incident.

With no objections to bail, the men were released with a warning by Magistrate Douglas Frederick to stay away from any other persons who may have been involved in the incident.

The two will make their next appearance in the No.1 District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court on March 27.

2 Responses to PSV driver conductor and accused of causing a disturbance

  1. Antheia Springer-Williams
    Antheia Springer-Williams December 22, 2017 at 12:18 am


  2. Juanita Blanco
    Juanita Blanco December 22, 2017 at 9:20 am

    Proofread please omg


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