Man denies pick-up attack over stolen Air Maxes

Burnett Hudson was granted a $500,000 bail release on Thursday after denying that he used his pick up to hit another man off his bicycle and then proceeded to beat him over stolen shoes.

Magistrate Judy Latchman in Georgetown Magistrates’ Court 3 heard that Hudson, 39, of 3662 Castello Housing Scheme, saw Marlon Dolphin, 26, of 286 Beverley Close, South Ruimveldt Gardens, wearing a pair of his shoes, the same day that he discovered that they and other footwear had gone missing.

Due to the allegation made against him by Hudson, Dolphin was charged with simple larceny. It was alleged that  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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