Man denies assaulting senior
A 30-year-old man yesterday denied an assault on an 80-year-old man at a nursing home.
It was alleged in Magistratesí Court that Jonathan Henry, from Hamilton Parish, assaulted the senior on October 10.
Magistrate Juan Wolffe released Mr Henry on $2,000 bail on condition that he attends Hamilton Police Station three times a week and has no contact with the alleged victim.
The case was adjourned until October 29.
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