Mother, daughter granted bail over dousing cops, social workers with hot water

A woman and her 15-year-old daughter who allegedly doused social workers and the police with hot water were yesterday granted their pre-trial freedom.

The duo of Cotton Tree Village, West Coast Berbice appeared at the Blairmont court yesterday before Magistrate, Randell Weaver to answer the charges.

The court heard that on Thursday April 3, the woman was alleged to have verbally and physically  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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