The accused was offered bail by Senior Parish Judge Chester Crooks, on a charge of having sex with a person under She was offered bail on condition that she resides with her sister in Kingston and reports three times daily to the Trench Town Police Station. The judge also warned the accused not to contact the witness as a part of her bail condition. According to the report filed by the police, on the day in question the complainant went over the accused woman's house where she allegedly hugged him and asked him if he wanted to pay her for sex.
Allegations are that the complainant left and went and got the money and the accused had sex with him. Later in the night, someone spotted the child leaving the woman's house and brought it to the attention of his mother who was told what had happened.
The matter was reported and the woman was arrested and charged by the Centre for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse. The accused woman is scheduled to return to court on October Man beats girlfriend over Facebook post A young man was hauled before the court for using a piece of wood to beat his year-old girlfriend all over her body, claiming she had posted unflattering things about him on Facebook.
Savian Hall, 20, of Parade Gardens in Kingston, was arrested and charged with assault occasioning bodily harm after he attacked the complainant on September 1, in his hometown. The court heard that on the night of the incident, about 8: The complainant reportedly looked around and saw Hall running away.
The matter was later reported to the police and Hall was arrested. On Friday when he appeared in court and was asked why he had assaulted the complainant he said: However, he indicated that he could not pay the fine and the judge instead placed him on a one year probation order, which means he will be required to serve the six months if he gets himself in trouble with the law within a year. Althea Thomas got off with a warning to stay away from trouble after she explained that she was not aware that the card belonged to the complainant and repaid the money.
She said she thought it was her partner's card because she took it from his wallet. The year-old cosmetologist of Donmair Close in Kingston, who also shares a child with her partner, was arrested and charged with simple larceny and unauthorised access to computer data. Facts in the case are that on June 15, the complainant discovered her card missing, which she had given to her daughter who was living with her father.
The complainant then asked the father about the card and was told that he had given the card back to his daughter.
The complainant subsequently went to her bank and reported the matter. Thomas was arrested and charged and when cautioned she told the police: Last Tuesday when the matter came up before Parish Judge Simone Wolfe Reece, the judge, after listening to Thomas' explanation, asked her if she had apologised to the complainant and she said that she had not done it personally.
But the judge told her: As a big woman, you could not approach the lady and say I took the card out of his wallet, as I didn't know he was not the owner and I am sorry.?