Man denies having knife
A man has denied carrying a folding knife in public.
Taaj Muhammed, 24, pleaded not guilty yesterday in Magistrates’ Court to carrying a bladed article in a public place.
The incident is alleged to have happened on Wednesday in St George’s.
Magistrate Juan Wolffe released Mr Muhammed, from St George’s, on $2,500 bail and adjourned the case until July 1.
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