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January 23, 2014
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Woman faces court for unlawful wounding
A woman who was accused of cutting a woman in her forehead with a broken bottle was ordered to return for trial in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.

Sandreen Rose, who is from the Corporate Area, is charged with unlawful wounding.


It is alleged that the complainant Patricia Hudson, who appeared in court wearing two bandages on her forehead, got into a dispute with Rose. Subsequently, the two reportedly got into a tussle which resulted in Rose reaching for a bottle which was then broken and used to cut the Hudson in her forehead, causing two sizeable cuts.

"Mi reach for the bottle, I take up the bottle, mi say ease off a me," Hudson said while explaining how the complainant received the gashes.

Senior Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey ordered Rose to return on March 17 for trial, as well as a fingerprint order.

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