Man sentenced for stabbing babymother
A man who wounded both the mother of his child and her sister was sentenced when he appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.
Kymarley Brown pleaded guilty to two counts of unlawful wounding.
According to official reports, Brown used a knife to cut the complainanton on her left finger and hand.
On a separate occasion, the accused used a machete to chop the other complainant in the case in her head and on her hand.
Brown told Senior Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey he and his babymother had made amends since she reported him to the police.
However, the complainant denied this development, telling court that she was scared of Brown.
"Your Honour, sometimes a ignorance get the best of me, so, please, no send me weh," pleaded Brown.
RM Pusey was not moved to leniency after learning there were other assault cases against the accused before the court.
Brown was sentenced to three months in prison on each count, which he will serve concurrently.