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LocalNews Dos D’anne man ordered to pay $5000.00 for GBH by: – February 13, 2012 24 Views no discussions Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Court gavel. Photo credit: lazytechguys.comForty year old Clinton Anatol of Dos D’anne was this morning ordered to pay $5000.00 when he pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) with intent to Davis Moulon of the same village by High Court Judge Bernie Stephenson Brooks.According to the facts presented in Court by Athlyn Nesty, Attorney representing the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, the victim Davis Moulon was at his home cooking on the 25th of May, 2011 about 2pm when the Defendant visited his home.The Defendant asked him for a plate of food and promised to pay him $5.00 which he never did. A few days later on the 29th of May the Defendant went to the victim’s mother grocery shop where he is accustomed to purchase groceries and alcohol.The Defendant asked the shopkeeper Olive to sell him rum but she refused as he appeared drunk to her. He then proceeded to go behind the counter but was cautioned by a villager “to leave the lady alone and cool your meditation”.The Defendant proceeded to stand in the doorway of the shop where Moulon later met him and asked him what he was doing there. He threw a stone at Moulon but missed, then threw a beer bottle which also missed at which point on advice by his mother Moulon ran away.The Defendant pursued him and placed his foot behind Moulon’s foot causing him to fall down and then started beating him repeatedly on his left hand with a stick which broke in two pieces in the process.Moulon was taken to the Portsmouth Hospital and treated for a swollen forearm and fractured left hand which was placed in a cast. The Defendant was cautioned by a police officer and replied; “Yes officer I was drunk I’m sorry”.Counsel for the Defendant Darius Jones in making a plea in mitigation for him told the Court that his client is almost in midlife and has pleaded guilty to the offense and did not seek to waste the Court’s time. Jones explained that his client had also visited Moulon and his family to apologize for his behavior showing deep remorse and regret for his actions.Jones further explained that his client is a carpenter and was influenced by a very common liquid which played a significant role that would account for his behavior. Jones also noted that although his client had previous brushes with the law they are a decade old and he asked the Court to consider that his client has shown tremendous remorse for his actions when sentencing him.Justice Bernie Stephenson-Brookes in sentencing the Defendant noted that his previous convictions were older than 10 years and as such indicates that he has been making attempts to “walk the straight and narrow road”. She told the Defendant however that she must consider the aggravating factor which is that he inflicted pain and suffering on someone who was not deserving. “He fed you and you turn around and beat him that’s not good enough but I trust that you have learned a lesson. Counsel indicated that you are very sorry and that you have gone to the family to ask for forgiveness which is noted” she told him.He was sentenced to pay $5000.00 within 6 months or in default serve 24 months in prison.Dominica Vibes News Share Share
ANSA McAl Trading under their GINSENG brand on Friday last announced that it has renewed its sponsorship of Team Evolution and will be partnering with the club for another year.This agreement will see GINSENG, a carbonated flavoured beverage with natural ginseng fruit, lending support to Guyana’s leading cycling club until March 2018.GINSENG Brand Coordinator, Sean Abel, said, “GINSENG looks forward to building a winning partnership with Team Evolution in the coming year. These cyclists make up a group that is energetic, health conscious and victorious;which makes them a perfect combination for GINSENG.“This beverage is known for its herbal benefits that enhance the performance of the human body, and for these cyclists the product helps as a fatigue fighter as well as a muscle relaxer,”Abel added.President of Team Evolution, Keith Fernandes, pointed out that the top cycling club includes a number of talented senior and veteran cyclists who are passionate about the sport.”I would like to thank GINSENG for their support and for recognising our talent and supporting our passion. We are very honoured to be able to represent GINSENG and I can assure you that we will carry the name with pride.”
“He’s going to get a good chance to play,” Scioscia said. “It’s tough to project how much playing time a guy will get because you’re still looking for production and performance. We don’t want to give him too much where a young kid is swallowed by the experience, but we think he’s ready for it and he’ll get a chance to meet the challenge.”Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.Ward, 24, was the Angels’ first-round pick in 2015, as a catcher. His stock dropped as he struggled in his first years in the farm system, with neither his offense nor his defensive living up to expectations.However, this season the Angels moved him from behind the plate to third, and he blossomed.He hit .345 with a .973 OPS at Double-A, and then .352 with a .979 OPS at Triple-A, earning the call to the majors.Keith Johnson, his manager at Triple-A, said he thinks being freed of the responsibility of catching helped his bat come to life. “Playing third base is still a mental position, but not so much as a catcher,” said Johnson, who is now up as a coach with the major league staff. “I think it freed his mind up a little. He’s also probably fresher.”As for his defense at third, Johnson said Ward has also “come a lot further in a short period of time than I thought he would. … He’s taken to it pretty good so far.”Related Articles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield SAN DIEGO — Taylor Ward dressed in a corner of the Angels clubhouse on Monday, in front of a locker with no name plate.Ward was at the doorstep, but not yet through the door, to fulfill his dream – and the dream of Angels fans starved to see the touted prospect play in the majors.The Angels brought the third baseman up from Triple-A on Monday, in order to activate him for his big-league debut on Tuesday. The extra day allows him to get his bearings in the new surroundings before he needs to play.Starting Tuesday, expect him to get regular starts at third base, although Manager Mike Scioscia wouldn’t commit to just how regularly. Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error