4 charged over stabbing, chopping Mon Repos man

…released on $150,000 bail each

Four men have been charged and each released on $150,000 bail over an attack at a bar that has left a man with several chop and stab wounds.
Those arraigned are: 24-year-old Avinash Mahabal called “Ball”, of Triumph, East Coast Demerara; Dhanraj Ramlochan, aka “Tyron”, 19; Lakeram Ramlochan called “Troy”, 24; and 19-year-old Suruj Ramlocan called “Leon”, all of Martyr’s Ville, Mon Repos, ECD.
Before Magistrate Alisha George at the Sparendaam Magistrates’ Courts, they pleaded not guilty to a charge for the offence of unlawful wounding, contrary to Section 50 of the Criminal Law (Offences) Act Chapter 08:01. Bail was granted in the sum of $150,000 to each of them.
The case has been adjourned until August 8 for statements and fixture of trial date.
Police Headquarters has said that between 21:00h and 21:30h on May 14, 28-year-old Sudesh Motie of Martyr’s Ville, Mon Repos, ECD, and a colleague were at the 592 Bar at Second Street, Mon Repos, when he was attacked by the four accused, who began pelting him with bricks.
One of the men then walked up to Motie and dealt him a stab to his right shoulder and cut him on his right hand while another chopped him to the neck and back with a cutlass.
Motie managed to run away and went to stand on the road in front of the bar and while there he saw the accused persons beating his colleague, before making good their escape.
With the assistance of his sister, he was taken to Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC), where he was admitted as a patient. His condition at that time was listed as stable. (G1)