A Princes Town magistrate sentenced a man to two months' hard labour, in prison on Monday after he pleaded guilty to three counts of breaching a protection order.
Terron Williams, 40, a labourer who lives at Indian Walk in Moruga, appeared virtually before magistrate Indira Misir-Gosine.
Williams was one of three men arrested and charged in an anti-crime exercise led by Supt Guy- Alleyne and Insp Weaver-Ali of the Southern Gender-Based Violence Unit over the weekend.
Another man, Selvon Andrews, 39, also from Indian Walk, faced Misir-Gosine on three counts of breaching a protection order, one count of larceny, and one count of malicious damage.
He pleaded not guilty to the charges laid by PC Crawford and WPCs Fleming and Sylvan.The magistrate granted him $25,000 bail with a surety (registrar’s approval) with a cash alternative of $7,000 to cover all charges. He is on bail for similar offences.
The magistrate adjourned the case to February 8.
Princes Town labourer Jesse Ramrattan, 33, also appeared before the magistrate charged with breaching a protection order and malicious wounding. Ramrattan, of St Julien’s Village, pleaded not guilty.WPC Boxie-Aguillera laid the charge.
The magistrate granted him $25,000 bail with a surety, to be approved by a registrar, and a cash alternative of $10,000 and adjourned the case to February 8.Insp Sookdeo prosecuted the three cases. PCs Valentine and Mohammed laid the charges.