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Jamaican woman handed over to immigration

Jamaican woman handed over to immigration

Jamaican national Brittany Hiki Edwards, who had been on remand at HMP Dodds for the past four months, was handed over to immigration officials today. Edwards had been at the St Philip penal institution since August charged with causing serious bodily harm to fellow Jamaican Lorrena Brown with intent to maim, disfigure or disable her. […]

Medical break

Medical break

Burglary accused Marlon Omar George has been granted $10,000 bail. However, Magistrate Douglas Frederick today made it clear that George, of no known address, was only released due to his medical condition. On his last court appearance, George’s attorney Angella Mitchell-Gittens the magistrate her client would be better served at home. Registered nurse Selwyn Alleyne, […]

Different fates for man and woman on theft-related charges

Different fates for man and woman  on theft-related charges

A serial offender showed some remorse today as he pleaded guilty today to stealing a folding table, four dining room chairs, a mahogany stand, a bed, a wardrobe, a dressing table, two storage bins and six shirts from the home of brothers Mathew Cumberbatch and Damien Applewhaite sometime between November 7 and December 3 last […]

Moore admits to stealing a cellular phone

Moore admits to stealing a cellular phone

A 42-year-old man of no known address was unrepentant yesterday as he admitted in court to stealing a mobile phone from a man he claimed was dead at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Andrew Sylvester Moore, who is serving a one-year jail sentence for a different offence, had an additional three months added to his stay […]

Dispute earns Giddings a night at Dodds

Dispute earns Giddings a night at Dodds

An ongoing domestic dispute resulted in 24-year-old Chad Jamar Giddings of 2nd Avenue, Green Hill, St Michael having a one-night stay at Dodds. Giddings has been charged with assaulting the mother of his children, Lakeita Springer, on January 9, occasioning her actual bodily harm. However, because Springer was unable to attend the hearing at District […]

Trotman remanded to Dodds on loitering charge

Trotman remanded to Dodds on loitering charge

Despite allegedly being caught red-handed and with 29 previous conviction against his name, Livingston McDonald Trotman of White Hall Main Road, St Michael today put on a stout defence to a charge of loitering on the premises of Confectionary and Snacks Barbados Limited. However, he did not do enough to convince Magistrate Douglas Frederick that […]

Indecent exposure

Indecent exposure

A shocking reaction to a request by a police officer today set the stage for taxi man Orlando Lorenzo Harewood, of Lot #4, Parkinson Road, Grazettes, St Michael to wind up in jail. The 27-year-old Harewood admitted to Magistrate Douglas Frederick that he virtually bared his all after the lawman requested a search, prompting the […]

Woman denies threatening to kill child’s father

Woman denies threatening to kill child’s father

A 36-year-old mother was released on bail today after she denied threatening to kill the father of her child. Magistrate Dougalas Frederick granted Seandette Necole Bennett of Pickwick Gap, St Michael $1,000 bail when she appeared on the criminal charge. Bennett is charged with expressing a desire to see Steve Stuart dead within the man’s […]

Bailey’s bluff fails to keep him out of Dodds

Bailey’s bluff fails to keep him out of Dodds

Two unpaid fines dating back to 2006 landed Mark Cortez Bailey of 3rd Avenue, Spring Garden, St Michael at Dodds today, when he appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick on charges of obstructing and resisting police. The 43-year-old Bailey had denied committing the two offences against Police Constable Christopher Rouse on January 9 in the execution […]