By Ketricia Finch

St. Kitts Reporter

At High Court on Tuesday, several persons’ matters were being set by the DPP to a later date. Heskeith Benjamin represented Glen Pemberton. Glen’s matter was set for May 30 and his bail would continue until that day of his trial. Zephidya Colbourne was also represented by Lawyer Benjamin and his matter was put off until May 14. His bail would continue until that day also. James Weekes also had a lawyer. His matter was put off until next week Thursday and his bail would continue until then. Alphonso James’ case was set for May 21. Malconson Newman’s matter was set for next week Tuesday. Clevlon DeSouza would continue bail until June 18. Darnell Govia’s bail was revoked and he would remain in prison until June 4. Shaweed Williams and Kenya Francis’s matter was set for May 29. Shaweed was without a lawyer but Kenya was represented by Lawyer Benjamin. Ashton Williams had to go back to court on May 24 and his bail would continue. Kalvert Flemming’s matter was set for May 23. Steve Sharry along with Adrien Buchanan matters were put off until next month, Sharry’s being on the 7th and Buchanan’s on 14th.

Several persons were charged between May 5-8, 2007. Gerard Stapleton of East Street, Newtown was one of them. He was charged for battery committed on May 4, 2007. Rajhan Ferdinand of Molyneaux Village was charged for wounding committed on May 2 at the Basseterre High School. Tosh Boston of Caunt Street, Newtown was charged for larceny committed on April 15. Kervin Hanley of West Farm was charged for being ‘found in an enclosed premise for some unlawful purpose, namely to steal’ committed on May 7. A sixteen-year-old male of Basseterre was charged for wounding committed on May 2. Peter Sage of Camps Village was charged for driving without insurance committed on the 6th of this month. Kelvin Hendrickson of Challengers Village was charged for obstructing a police officer in the execution of his duty committed on May 7. Alexander Hunt of Antigua was charged for driving without a valid license and driving without insurance. Hunt was the occupant of a vehicle which he overturned on May 6 on the island’s main road in the vicinity of Canada Estate. Marcus Junie Hunkins of Hermitage, Cayon was charged for throwing missiles, armed with an offensive weapon and littering committed on May 6 at Cayon.