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Two facing metal dump arson charges


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TWO?ST MICHAEL men appeared in the District “A” Magistrates’ court yesterday jointly charged with arson in connection with a fire at the metal compound belonging to B’s Recycling in St Thomas last month.
However, Jermaine Worrell, 22, and Hilary Glasgow, 23, of Bridge Road, Cave Hill, suffered different fates.
Glasgow was granted bail in the sum of $20 000 with one surety while Worrell was remanded until Tuesday, when both will reappear in the District “D” Magistrates’ Court.
Worrell was remanded because he had other matters pending and is being held on those charges until May 10.
Here, Glasgow (in tie) and Worrell on their way to court yesterday. (MK)
(Pictures by Morissa Lindsay.)


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