Men deny fighting during BHW holiday
Two men denied being involved in a brawl during the holiday weekend.
Keishun Trott, 28, and T’naji Taylor, 24, both pleaded not guilty in Magistrates’ Court yesterday to taking part in a fight. Mr Taylor, from Southampton, also pleaded not guilty to assaulting a police officer.
The incidents are alleged to have happened on Sunday in Southampton.
Senior magistrate Juan Wolffe released the defendants on $2,500 each and adjourned the case until July 15.
Trott, from Pembroke, pleaded guilty to driving without third party insurance during a separate incident and received a $1,500 fine to be paid by July 19.
Trott was also ordered to pay an unpaid $500 fine by July 31.
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