46-year-old Kenneth Elroy Williams, who described himself as a ‘handyman’, was yesterday [Apr.17] ordered to not consume any alcohol or use any illegal drugs whilst he is on $2,000 bail, with one Surety, while he awaits trial on four counts involving alleged damaging of property, uttering threatening words, and possessing an offensive weapon – an aluminium baseball bat.
The four charges stem from an incident in Pembroke parish on Sunday 15th April 2012.
For the same day, and connected to the previous four charges, Mr Williams faced a fifth charge of driving whilst impaired by alcohol or drugs. He pleaded guilty to this fifth charge and was fined $800 and disqualified from driving or riding all vehicles for twelve months.
Noting that Mr Williams was already under Court orders that banned him from entering any Marketplace stores, and that these prior offences and convictions had all involved or been affected by overuse of alcohol, Senior Magistrate Archie Warner granted the $2,000 bail, required a Surety, and ordered the abstinence.
The Magistrate reminded Mr Williams that being found drunk would mean that he would be in breach of his bail conditions and that this could have serious consequences. Mr Williams must return to Court on 18th May for Mention.
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