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Mechanic on Arson charge, on $20,000 bail Featured

  • Written by  Davis Joseph
Mechanic on Arson charge, on $20,000 bail

Fitzroy Jawahir was granted bail in the sum twenty thousand dollars with two sureties. One condition of bail was that the accused not have any contact with witnesses in the case. 

A Mechanic of Paraclete St. Andrew, Jawahir was charged with an indictable charge of Arson. He made his third appearance at the Grenville Magistrate’s court last Monday, after two weeks on remand at the Richmond Hill Prison.

The matter started last Monday with one witness taking the witness stand to given evidence for the prosecution. 

Jawahir was represented by an attorney at law Andre Thomas.

Jawahir must also adhere to other bail conditions among them, he is now restricted from living in Paraclete throughout the duration of his matter, and therefore he should take up residence elsewhere, he is to surrender all his travel documents and not is permitted to travel without permission of the court, he should also report to the Grenville Police Station once weekly.  He is expected to return to court September 18th, when preliminary inquiries into matter is expected to continue

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