Johnson remanded


A 29-year-old labourer will spend the next 28 days on remand at HMP Dodds.

Jabarry Marlon Johnson, of Well Gap, Cave Hill, St Michael pleaded guilty to assaulting David Smith on September 25 but not guilty to having a knife on the premises of the Psychiatric Hospital on the same day when he had no lawful authority or reasonable excuse.

Prosecutor Sergeant Rudy Pilgrim objected to bail for the accused on the grounds that he was already on bail for similar matters and there were fears he would re-offend if released at this time.

Johnson was remanded until October 24 after Magistrate Douglas Frederick rejected his bail application.

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