Jamaica News, February 2, 2018
St Andrew, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – Extension of Bail was granted today when Natalie Neita-Headley, People’s National Party (PNP) Member of Parliament for St Catherine North Central’s case for allegedly punching a man was mentioned before the court.
According to St Andrew Parish Court records, Neita-Headley was accused of punching former her coworker, Kevin Buchanan in the face, injuring him.
Attorney Sean Kinghorn, representing Neita-Headley, has denied the allegations, stating that his client was acting in self-defence of a “violent” attack.
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Both Headley and Buchanan appeared before Kingston and St Andrew Parish Judge, Vaughn Smith.
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The court clerk asked Buchanan if he was willing to settle the matter in mediation, to which bother parties agreed.
Judge Smith extended Neita-Headley bail until April 12, for determination after the mediation.
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