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St Elizabeth teacher charged for damaging car of child’s father granted bail

Published:Friday | May 24, 2024 | 4:08 PM
The teacher is to return to court on June 19. - File photo.

The St Elizabeth teacher charged for allegedly damaging the car of her child's father during an argument was today offered $340,000 bail with one or two sureties in the parish court.

Thirty-year-old Felika Hunter, who was charged with malicious destruction of property on Wednesday, was ordered not to go to the complainant's house or interfere with him in any manner.

Hunter was also ordered to report to the Black River Police Station on Mondays and Saturdays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

She is to return to court on June 19.

It is reported that on Sunday, May 19, Hunter was involved in an argument with her child's father at her home and that during the dispute she allegedly used an object to smash out the rear windshield of his Toyota Isis motor car.  

The matter was reported to the police and the accused taken into custody where she was arrested and charged.

- Albert Ferguson

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