Minibus conductors charged with assaulting each other

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Collin Joseph. [iNews' Photo]
Collin Joseph. [iNews’ Photo]
[www.inewsguyana.com] – Minibus conductor, 24 – year – old Collin Joseph of South Ruimveldt, Georgetown was placed on $50,000 bail for a wounding offence.

He pleaded not guilty before Magistrate Faith McGusty during his appearance at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday, March 19. It is alleged that on Sunday, February 16 at Georgetown, he unlawfully and maliciously wounded Seon Yamster.

Joseph was represented by Attorney – at – Law, Paul Fung-a-Fat who told the Court that the Virtual Complainant (VC), who is also a minibus conductor had slapped his client.

Seon Yamster. [iNews' Photo]
Seon Yamster. [iNews’ Photo]
Additionally, the VC was also charged for assaulting Joseph. Yamster was placed on $15,000 bail and both parties will return to Court on April 9.

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