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Security guard granted bail

RACHELLE AGARD, [email protected]

Security guard granted bail

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A SECURITY GUARD was released on bail today after he appeared in court in connection with a violent beating making the rounds on social media.

Francis Anthony Alcide, 45, was ordered to stay away from the complainant and to report to the District “E” Police Station two days a week.

Alcide of Checker Hall Tenantry Road, St Lucy was released on $3 500 bail when he appeared before Acting Magistrate Deborah Beckles in the Holetown Magistrate’s Court.  He pleaded not guilty to inflicting serious bodily harm on Korey Pilgrim last Monday at Jordan’s Supermarket, Fitts Village, St James.

While on bail Alcide must report to the police station every Monday and Friday before 9 a.m.

Prosecutor Sergeant Derwin Thompson did not object to bail and the matter was adjourned until November 25. (RA)

A screenshot from the video circulating on social media which captured the fight in the carpark at Jordan’s Fitts Village.