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Man charged with unlawful wounding in Davy Hill

Location of wounding at Davy Hill house, bottom left

In one of the events that caused even more concern among residents in Montserrat is the wounding incident which resulted in James Lynch appearing before the Magistrate on Tuesday this week, charged with the unlawful wounding of Tyrone Brown on Saturday afternoon, March 17.

Lynch, a driver for the local hospital was arrested after it was found that he allegedly injured Brown with a cutlass on his neck and hand. The police laid no objections and Lynch was granted bail in the sum of $6,000.00 with one surety.

Lynch reportedly attacked Browne while in his vehicle with his cutlass. Browne received wounds to his and to his hand while fending off the cutlass from his neck. It is also reported that incident followed from a dispute that took place earlier the day at another location.

The accused is to appear before the Court on Wednesday, April 18.

 

 

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Location of wounding at Davy Hill house, bottom left

In one of the events that caused even more concern among residents in Montserrat is the wounding incident which resulted in James Lynch appearing before the Magistrate on Tuesday this week, charged with the unlawful wounding of Tyrone Brown on Saturday afternoon, March 17.

Lynch, a driver for the local hospital was arrested after it was found that he allegedly injured Brown with a cutlass on his neck and hand. The police laid no objections and Lynch was granted bail in the sum of $6,000.00 with one surety.

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Lynch reportedly attacked Browne while in his vehicle with his cutlass. Browne received wounds to his and to his hand while fending off the cutlass from his neck. It is also reported that incident followed from a dispute that took place earlier the day at another location.

The accused is to appear before the Court on Wednesday, April 18.