Teen denies stabbing man near restaurant
A teenager accused of stabbing another young man in a daylight roadside attack pleaded not guilty yesterday.
Sherwin Hall, 18, allegedly caused grievous bodily harm, with intent to do so, to Kyle Fraser, who was 17 at the time.
The incident occurred around noon on April 17 on Middle Road, Sandys, near Traditions restaurant.
Mr Fraser received serious stab wounds to the chest and had to be flown overseas for medical treatment.
Mr Hall, from St David's, appeared at Supreme Court yesterday where he also denied an additional charge of having a knife in a public place.
He was remanded into custody and his trial fixed for March 14.
In a separate case during the monthly arraignment session, a 25-year-old man denied sexually assaulting a five-year-old girl on July 16.
The man, from Warwick, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, is accused of two counts of sexually exploiting the youngster.
His trial was scheduled for March 7 and he was remanded into custody.
A 23-year-old accused of a machete attack on national squad cricketer George O'Brien Jr denied wounding with intent.
Dimitrius Gibbons, of St George's, is alleged to have assaulted Mr O'Brien Jr near Mount Road in St. David's on July 19.
His trial was listed for June 8 and he was bailed until then.
A Smith's man was charged with causing grievous bodily harm to another man through drunk driving.
Ashley Redmond, 40, is alleged to have injured Sylvan Dill on Reid Street while riding his bike in Hamilton on May 11.
He pleaded not guilty to causing grievous bodily harm while impaired and driving with excess alcohol and will go on trial on January 31.
Canada resident Jason Fox, 35, was charged with conspiring to import cannabis and possessing it with intent to supply in June. Mr Fox, of Hamilton, Ontario, had his trial fixed for April 4.
Desmond Trott, from St. David's, was charged with conspiring to import cannabis and handling it with intent to supply in St. George's on September 9. He was bailed until trial on July 11.