Court: Winslow Williams Denies Multiple Charges

October 3, 2017

In this month’s Supreme Court Monthly Arraignment session, Winslow Edward Williams pleaded not guilty to nine charges and was remanded in custody.

The charges he faced included three counts of burglary, grievous bodily harm with intent to do grievous bodily, two counts of serious assault, prowling about a dwelling-house, taking a conveyance without authority, and one count of attempted robbery.

Justice Charles Etta Simmons set a trial date in January, and remanded Mr Williams in custody, to which he replied, “No problem, have a blessed day”.

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