Prime Minister’s son charged with assaulting sister-in-law
The prime minister’s son was yesterday granted bail after he was charged with assaulting and threatening his sister-in-law.
It is alleged that on February 27, Samuel Hinds Jnr, 33, of Lot 83 Duke Street, Kingston beat his sister-in-law with a cane and threatened her with a gun. The court was told that during the incident that occurred at Lot 83 Duke Street, Hinds called Tenza Lane a thief, threw her to the ground, stamped her in the face and dragged her by her hair around the house. According to Police Prosecutor Renetta Bentham, during the assault Hinds also brandished his licensed firearm and beat the woman with a cane.
Lane, who was not in court, was also charged with assaulting Hinds causing actual bodily harm.