Thirty-one-year-old O’Neil Charlmer was placed on $10,000 bail when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court for allegedly threatening to kill the mother of his child.
He pleaded not guilty to the charge of using threatening gestures towards Dawn Grey when acting Chief Magistrate Melissa Robertson read it to him.
The incident allegedly occurred on July 21 at Grey’s North Ruimveldt home.
Charlmer’s lawyer applied for reasonable bail for him on the grounds that prior to this incident he had never been charged before and he posed no risk of flight.
However, the prosecution informed the court that while arguing with Grey, Charlmer cuffed and broke her glass window and he sustained several cuts to his hand. The prosecution noted that Charlmer also threatened to kill Grey.
However, Charlmer refuted the prosecutor’s account of the incident.
He said that he broke the window in a fit of anger when Grey told him that “she gon put me away where not even me family could see me.”
The magistrate ordered that Charlmer return to court on September 16.