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Court: Man Denies Wounding Another Man

Court: Man Denies Wounding Another Man

Appearing in the Supreme Court Monthly Arraignments, a 24-year-old man denied wounding another man during a melee at this year’s Non-Mariners event in Sandys. Jahfari Raynor pleaded not guilty to unlawfully wounding another man during a melee at Mangrove Bay, Sandy’s, on 31st July; and doing so in an Increased Penalty Zone. Raynor must... Read more of this article

Court: Jahfari Raynor Denies Wounding Charge

Court: Jahfari Raynor Denies Wounding Charge

Appearing in Magistrates Court today [Aug 3], a 24-year-old man denied wounding another man following this year’s Non-Mariners event. Jahfari Raynor pleaded not guilty to unlawfully wounding another man on 31st July this year, with the Court hearing it allegedly took place at the melee at Mangrove Bay Beach shortly after the Non-Mariners event. Magistrate... Read more of this article

Gariko Benjamin Found Not Guilty On All Counts

Gariko Benjamin Found Not Guilty On All Counts

[Updated - Found not guilty] Jury deliberations are getting underway this afternoon [June 22] ┬áin the Gariko Benjamin trial. The 21-year-old man is alleged to have opened fire at a Mount Hill home then stolen a motocross bike and led police on a high speed chase to Somerset. The Court heard that Mr Benjamin rode into the Mount Hill/Overview Lane area... Read more of this article

Jury Hears Man Opened Fire, Stole Bike

Jury Hears Man Opened Fire, Stole Bike

[Updated] A 21-year-old man is alleged to have opened fire at a Mount Hill home then stolen a motocross bike and led police on a high speed chase to Somerset, a Supreme Court jury heard this morning [June 14]. Gariko Benjamin denies the charges which include unlawful possession of a firearm; unlawful discharge of a firearm; taking a motorcycle without... Read more of this article

Brothers Plead Guilty To Obstructing Police

Brothers Plead Guilty To Obstructing Police

In Plea Court this morning [Mar.21], brothers Jahfari [20] and Sadune [18] Raynor, pleaded guilty to a combination of three offences involving obstruction of police and using threatening words to police. Magistrate Khomisi Tokunbo convicted each man and sent the older brother to prison for twenty days and fined the younger brother $500. The DPP Prosecutor... Read more of this article