A young woman Vincia Caloire who was on January 1, 2013 arrested by the Woodford Hill police for “cruelty to a minor” has been granted bail in the same of EC$10,000.00 by a Roseau magistrate after she pleaded not guilty to the charge.
The matter is set for May, 31, 2013 in Wesley. Her father Vincent Caloire stood as surety and she is represented by attorney Darius Jones.
In other court news, Njackie Thomas, who a few weeks ago, was arrested by police for 7,000 grams of cocaine is expected to be granted bail soon. Thomas reappeared on Thursday before magistrate Candia-Carette George who reviewed his bail application and told the accused that “your bail is now open”.
However, Thomas now needs to find some suitable sureties before he can secure his release. He has been on remand at the State’s prison since his arrest.
Meantime, four other men including a national of Columbia who were arrested for possession of 154 pounds of cocaine and slapped with several charges by the customs, were again denied bail after the prosecution led by inspector Claude Weekes, objected once more to bail.
The men and Njackie Thomas are represented by attorney at law Wayne Norde.