Collymore denies criminal damage charge

A 59-year-old St Michael man facing a criminal damage charge was granted $2,500 bail today by a Bridgetown magistrate.

Glyne Carlyle Collymore of Lower Bird Bill, Haggatt Hall is charged with damaging irrigation piping worth $1,422 belonging to Phillip Straker on January 7. He denied the charge.

There was no objections to bail, and he was released by Magistrate Douglas Fredrick, who warned the accused to stay away from Straker’s property.

Collymore will return court on April 18.

2 Responses to Collymore denies criminal damage charge

  1. jrsmith January 17, 2018 at 12:56 pm

    Is it bajans seems not to have any respect for law and order , or they think they would get away with anything criminal .. I think the courts is too easy on person commit these criminal act…..
    My take, all persons who is arrested for a criminal act and is offered bail…….
    Should have to find 25% in cash before release , if then they are found guilty that 25% is forfeited to the courts system ……..

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  2. mwhite January 24, 2018 at 7:37 pm

    If bajans don’t know what they are talking about they should keep their opinion and they mouth close.

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