Three men were formally charged in Magistrates’ Court on Thursday (April 9) for breaching curfew regulations under the Emergency Powers (COVID-19 Shelter in Place) Act.
Rickai Raynor, 33, of Riviera Crescent in Southampton denied driving a private car on April 8 on Spice Hill Road junction with Sun Valley Road in Warwick during curfew.
He also denied being the driver of the vehicle and failing to stop when requested by police.
Raynor was released on $3,000 bail with a like surety.
He was represented by Mr Richardson and scheduled to attend the police station for a Zoom appearance on April 20.
Stephen Thompson, 19, of Curving Avenue in Pembroke denied that he unlawfully left his home on April 8 and that he unlawfully drove a vehicle on St David’s Road in St George’s during curfew.
He was released on $3,000 bail with one like surety, with orders not to leave his house until the curfew provisions are lifed except when out on emergency work and working for private clients.
His case was set down for mention on April 20 at 2:30pm, with orders to attend the police station for a Zoom appearance.
He was represented by lawyer Elizabeth Christopher.
Sergio Robinson Woolridge, 30, of Deepdale Road West in Pembroke denied leaving his home during curfew on April 8 to unlawfully visit another person’s home on Lighthouse Hill in Southampton.
He was released on $3,000 bail with a like surety with orders to stay home until such time that the curfew provisions are lifted.
Also represented by Mr Richardson, his case was set down for mention via a Zoom appearance on April 20.