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Other November assizes hearings this week

 

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Lindon Fergus of St. Peters pleaded guilty to grievous bodily harm with intent. The offence from an incident which occurred on May 26, 2017 at the Little Bay basketball complex, carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. The complaint arising out of the incident says, Venice Wilkins Jr. of Salem received a head injury following an altercation between himself and Fergus. As a result, Wilkins had to be medivac to Barbados.

 

The preliminary facts outlined to the high court trial judge Ian Morley on Friday as noted were that Wilkins received skull fracture with bone fragments entering the brain.

Sentencing for Fergus like Perkins is set for March ninth twenty eighteen. However, Fergus was remanded in custody pending his sentencing.

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Courtroom detail with a gavel and scales of justice in the background

Lindon Fergus of St. Peters pleaded guilty to grievous bodily harm with intent. The offence from an incident which occurred on May 26, 2017 at the Little Bay basketball complex, carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. The complaint arising out of the incident says, Venice Wilkins Jr. of Salem received a head injury following an altercation between himself and Fergus. As a result, Wilkins had to be medivac to Barbados.

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The preliminary facts outlined to the high court trial judge Ian Morley on Friday as noted were that Wilkins received skull fracture with bone fragments entering the brain.

Sentencing for Fergus like Perkins is set for March ninth twenty eighteen. However, Fergus was remanded in custody pending his sentencing.