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Man denies supervision order breaches

Arraignments were held yesterday in the Dame Lois Browne Evans Building on Court Street (File photograph)

A 52-year-old man denied a string of failures to comply with a court supervision order yesterday.

Junius Caines pleaded not guilty in Supreme Court to four charges dating back to last year.

It is alleged Mr Caines failed or refused to comply with a condition in his supervision order and used controlled drugs between July 12 and September 23.

It is also alleged that he failed to comply with a curfew between September 1 and December 16.

Mr Caines, of Pembroke, was accused of failing to wear an electronic monitoring device properly between September 26 and December 9.

He was also charged with failure to report to a probation officer between October 21 and November 6.

Puisne Judge Charles-Etta Simmons amended Mr Caines’ bail conditions so he could visit a grocery store and laundromat with his mother once a week.

The case was adjourned until later this month.

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