A 17-year-old from New Town, who was shot by the police and charged with robbery, has been granted bail.
He, along with two alleged accomplices, appeared before a Roseau magistrate on March 6 where the charge was read to him.
They are all expected to appear in court at a later date.
Police PRO, Inspector John Carbon, said the teenager was shot at Newtown on March 1 after it was alleged that he had committed a robbery.
He was transported to the Princess Margaret Hospital where he was treated and discharged the next day.
The shooting is under investigation, according to Carbon.