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Mother, daughter convicted in swimming-pool beating

A Grand Court jury returned mixed verdicts against a mother and daughter who beat an elderly Cayman Brac man in a swimming pool.
Cayman’s courts have ramped up their emergency contingency plan to counter COVID-19 issues.

Stabbing charges sent to Grand Court

A North Side man accused of livestreaming the aftermath of an apparent stabbing on Friday night made his initial Summary Court appearance on earlier today Monday 29 June.

Manslaughter sentencing adjourned for psychiatric report

Justice Timothy Owen adjourned sentencing in Grand Court on Friday for Waylon Timothy Rivers, 20, who pleaded guilty earlier in the week to a charge of manslaughter.

West Bay woman charged with wounding man

A 57-year-old West Bay woman has been charged with assault causing grievous bodily harm and wounding with intent following an incident that took place on Thursday.

Woman charged with attempted murder on Brac

A 29-year-old woman from Cayman Brac appeared in court on the Brac Thursday charged with attempted murder and wounding with intent. She was arrested after a man was stabbed on Wednesday morning.

Cayman Airways HQ wounding case in court

Tyrec Christopher Johnson, 17, appeared in Summary Court on Tuesday when the charge against him, wounding with intent, was transmitted to the Grand Court.

Trial date set for wounding charges

Country singer and musician Dexter Kelvin Bodden appeared in Grand Court on Friday, when he pleaded not guilty to charges against him and trial was set for Sept. 17.

Calypso cowboy in court for wounding

Dexter Kelvin Alonzo Bodden, the singer/guitarist known as Calypso Cowboy, appeared in Summary Court on Tuesday facing charges of wounding.

Woman survived attack by playing dead; man sentenced to 6 years

A man scheduled to go on trial for attempted murder was sentenced on Thursday to six years’ imprisonment after pleading guilty to the lesser charge of wounding with intent. The defendant, Meleton Rosales Maick, was jealous and drunk at the time he cut a woman’s neck with a knife in January this year, defense attorney John Furniss said.

Man given 3 years for throat slashing

David Andrew Bodden was sentenced to three years in prison for cutting the throat of another man who he claimed was threatening his life. In passing the sentence for wounding last week, Justice Charles Quin told Bodden he could not take the law into his own hands.

Judge: Knife crimes in Cayman ‘worryingly prevalent’

A card game that erupted into violence led to a jail sentence of five and a half years for one of the players on Friday.

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