Andros man gets nine months probation for cutlass attack and threats of death


Tribune Staff Reporter


AN Andros man was placed on nine months probation yesterday after admitting to attacking someone with a cutlass and damaging their car over the summer.

Magistrate Kara Turnquest-Deveaux charged Cardrin Munroe, 34, with assault with a dangerous instrument, threats of death and damage.

Tye Pinder-Mackey represented the accused.

Munroe assaulted Joseph Plant with a cutlass and threatened him with death on the night of July 9 in Staniard Creek, Andros. During the incident, Munroe caused $475 worth of damage to the rear metal door of Plant’s grey 2012 Suzuki Swift.

After pleading guilty to the charge, the defendant was granted a conditional discharge and placed on  nine months probation. He was also ordered to compensate the complainant $1,975. Should he fail his conditions, he would face a nine-month prison term.

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