Man accused of injuring ex-girlfriend OPM staffer, released on bail

A 44-year-old man was granted $1,500 bail on Friday after he allegedly injured his ex-girlfriend last month.

Phillip McPhee Jr appeared before Magistrate Algernon Allen, Jr, in shackles Friday accused of grievous harm.

Police alleged that he injured his ex – an employee at the Office of the Prime Minister - during a fight on March 17 in New Providence.

However, the defendant denied the offence during Friday’s hearing.

He was granted bail at $1,500 with one suretor and the matter was adjourned to June 3 for trial.

Glendon Rolle and Terrel Butler represented the accused.


ThisIsOurs 1 month ago

General comment: we need an independent Police commissioner who carries out his duty irrespective of who might be in the crossfire, just as the auditor general does. My how the whole country is praising the auditor general for his good work, the sum total of what every tax payer requests of paid public officials


bahamianson 1 month ago

Ues , koodos to the Auditor General, he has my respect.


JohnDoes 1 month ago

& yet still cant get bail for an ounce of mary jane.


ExposedU2C 1 month ago

Apparently she worked in the PM's Delvery Unit for several years.


rosiepi 1 month ago

And what prevents this scumbag from going back to assault his girlfriend again?


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