Woman who attacked man with cutlass to take anger classes


Tribune Staff Reporter


A WOMAN was placed on six months probation and ordered to attend anger management classes after she admitted to assaulting a man with a cutlass on Christmas Eve.

Magistrate Shaka Serville charged Davonnee Jones, 29, with assault with a dangerous instrument and deceit of a public officer.

Jones assaulted Jimmy Damantis in New Providence on December 24. Later the same day, she attempted to evade arrest by giving WPC 4640 Hepburn a fake name.

After pleading guilty to the offence, Jones was granted a conditional discharge and placed on six-months probation. During this time, she must enrol in anger management classes. Should she fail to do so, she will face a $1,500 fine or a three-month prison term.

Jones was warned and discharged on the deceit charge.

She must return to court with proof of registration on January 9, 2024.

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