Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Unlawful Wounding: The case against Andrew Robinson, who launched an attack on another man bursting his head, after the man refused to give him a drink of rum, was settled at mediation and has resulted in the accused man being relieved of the charge.
Robinson appeared before the St. James Parish Court on Friday to answer to a charge of unlawful wounding.
The prosecution alleged that on January 13, 2016, Robinson, who works with the complainant on a construction site, used a piece of iron pipe to hit him to his head causing a wound.
On a previous court date, the complainant indicated to the court that on the day in question, Robinson asked him for a drink of rum and when he told him he did not have the money, he began to argue with him.
During the course of the argument, he said, Robinson used a piece of iron pipe to hit him in his head causing a wound.
During Friday’s proceedings, it was disclosed in court that Robinson had agreed to pay the complainant a certain sum of money during their mediation sessions and the full amount has since been paid, the court was told.
As a result, the prosecution offered no further evidence against Robinson.
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