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Man denies stalking and property damage

A Pembroke man has pleaded not guilty to stalking and property damage.

Darren Anglin, 29, is accused of stalking Terry McCarthy on November 9 and December 3, as well as causing more than $60 in damage to the door of Antonia Burrows on November 10 in Warwick.

Mr Anglin told Magistrates' Court on Tuesday that he had been doing well in his probation requirements, which include staying at home between 6pm and 6am every day with an electronic ankle bracelet, and that he was hoping to start a new BARC (Bermuda Assessment Referral Centre) programme in January.

His probation officer concurred, saying that the defendant had made “tremendous strides in his personal life” since January, adding that he was drug- and substance-free and was doing “exceptionally well”.

Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo released Mr Anglin on $3,000 bail, referring him to drug treatment court and mental health court, and ordered him not to have any contact with either Ms McCarthy or Ms Burrows.

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Published December 29, 2015 at 3:18 pm (Updated December 29, 2015 at 3:46 pm)

Man denies stalking and property damage

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