Reputed husband denied bail on threatening, assault charges
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IMRAN Henry, who, allegedly, attempted to strangle his reputed wife with a jersey while threatening her, was yesterday remanded to prison by Acting Chief Magistrate Melissa Robertson.
The defendant, 29, of Lot 12 ‘A’ Queen Street, South Cummingsburg (Tiger Bay), pleaded not guilty to two charges.
One charge said, on April 5, he made use of threatening language to Earletta Hinds, causing a breach of the
peace and the other alleged that, the same day, he unlawfully assaulted her so as to cause her actual bodily harm.
Henry, who said he is a chef at a Brazilian restaurant on Alexander Street, also in Georgetown, told the Court he was under the influence of alcohol and misbehaved but denied assaulting Hinds.
Hinds, in turn, asked that her reputed husband be subjected to counselling and put on a bond.
But, after Police Inspector Stephen Telford, prosecuting, said Henry kicked Hinds in her belly, tried to strangle her and advanced towards her with a knife, the defendant was denied bail and the magistrate ordered a probation report on him, for April 22.

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