Sisters charged with damaging property, unlawful assault



Sisters[] – Two sisters of 111 Miles, Mahdia facing damage to property charges were granted $100,000 bail each at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court.

Thirty – seven – year – old Abiola Calder and her 48 – year – old sister, Claudine Calder appeared before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry and pleaded not guilty to three charges.

Particulars of which alleged that on Thursday, May 1 at Baksh Night Club, Mahdia, they damaged one DX 200 driver valued $235,000, property of Rajendra Singh.

The second allegation stated that on the same day, they also damaged one Yamaha Keyboard, one digital camera and a cellular phone, together valued $612,000, property of Troy Miller.

They duo was also charged with unlawful assault causing actual bodily harm committed on Miller. Police Prosecutor Michael Grant did not object to bail.

They were both represented by Attorney – at – Law, Adrian Thompson and wordered to post $50,000 surety on each of the damage to property charges and the case was transferred to Mabaruma Court for May 19.



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