Man to undergo anger management after reported abuse of spouse

Charles Ollivirre, accused of assaulting and threatening his common-law wife, has been ordered to attend counselling sessions to learn to manage his anger and resolve conflicts by non-violent means.

Magistrate Dellon Bess yesterday told Ollivirre that he was being spared having to go through a trial and possibly being imprisoned since his wife said she did not want to proceed with the criminal complaint against him.

“I just want to drop the charges against him and please warn him about the behaviour,” Joan Melville said when given a chance to speak.

The charges against Ollivirre, of 89 Leopold Street, Georgetown were that on June 22,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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