Three men who appeared in Summary Court last week accused of pretending to be National Roads Authority workers were formally advised on Tuesday that the charge of personating a public officer can be dealt with only in Grand Court.
The level of violence inflicted on a man who was robbed outside his home was “out of proportion” to what may have been necessary to steal items from him, Justice Marlene Carter said in passing sentence last week.
An incident that closed Shedden Road last Tuesday night resulted in charges against two men, who were granted bail after appearing in Summary Court on Friday afternoon. The matter was transmitted to Grand Court, where the defendants will next appear on Friday, Nov. 23.
Dealing with an American tourist on Friday afternoon, Magistrate Angelyn Hernandez accepted the woman’s explanation for having ammunition without a firearms license, but told her that Cayman’s laws are very strict. Possession of ammunition alone, without a firearms license, can land a person in jail, she warned.