In Magistrates Court this morning [Sept 14], while leaving the Court to go to the cells below, 36-year-old Vernon Symonds of White Hill Lane Sandy’s, shouted “F%$k you” to the Senior Magistrate.
This happened after Mr Symonds had been remanded into custody until his trial, in five days time, on 19th September. Mr Symonds is the first person to be charged under the new order that allows police to order the dispersal of groups who congregate in certain areas.
Mr Symonds was charged with refusing to comply with lawful instructions given by a Police officer and the charge was laid under Section 110(c) (2) of the Summary Offences Act. Mr Symonds was also charged with using offensive words to a Police officer. Both offences were alleged to have occurred on 13th September near the Maxi Mart in Sandys.
The Senior Magistrate rejected lawyer Marc Daniels request that Mr Symonds should be allowed to go free on bail.
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