Brawl land bus drivers, vendor, housewife before court

On Monday, three bus drivers appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts to answer to multiple counts of assault.
Patrick Dundas, Adrian Brandt, and Sherlock Drayton all appeared before Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs. A fourth defendant, Ryan Parasram, who was also involved in the incident, was absent from the hearing.
The charges read to Brandt stated that on January 22 at D’Urban Street, Georgetown, he assaulted Drayton. It was further alleged that on February 4, 2021, Brandt displayed threatening behaviour to Parasram at the Number 47 bus park in Georgetown.
Brandt pleaded not guilty to both charges.
Meanwhile, the charges read to Dundas stated that also on January 22, he used abusive language towards Dundas. Additionally, a second charge stated that on the same day, he assaulted Brandt causing him bodily harm and further threatened him at the Number 47 bus park.
Dundas pleaded not guilty to all three charges.
Drayton, on the other hand, was charged for assaulting Brandt at the Number 47 bus park also on January 22. Drayton denied the allegations. All three men were released on $5000 bail on each charge.
In addition, two other defendants – Deondra Jack and Alissa Alli – also appeared before Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs on assault charges.
Jack, a 41-year-old vendor, was charged with assault committed on Ali at Success Street, Charlestown, Georgetown on February 10.
She pleaded not guilty.
Ali, 31, a housewife, was charged with using abusive language towards Jack at Success Street, Charlestown, Georgetown on February 10. She too pleaded not guilty.
Both women were granted bail in the sum of $10,000 each. (G15)