Two in court over Front Street fight
Two men appeared in Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged in connection with a weekend fight in a Front Street bar that left two people with stab wounds.
Keedai Astwood, 26, of Rivera Road, Southampton and Collin Hendrickson Jr, 28, of Dundonald Street, Pembroke, both denied involvement in a fight in The Dog House bar in the early hours of last Saturday.
Senior magistrate Juan Wolffe released the two on $3,000 bail each.
He ordered Mr Astwood and Mr Hendrickson to stick to an 8pm to 5am curfew and to wear an electronic tag.
Mr Wolffe also told the pair to stay away from The Dog House.
The case was adjourned until December 9.
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