Four Harbour Master Crew Members Plead Guilty To Grenada Assult Charges

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Four Harbour Master Crew Members Plead Guilty To Grenada Assult Charges

Now Grenada reports that four of six crew members of the Trinidad based party boat, Harbour Master, pleaded guilty to assaulting World Javelin Champion Anderson Peters of Grenada.

They are facing a maximum fine of EC$3,000 and a minimum of 12 months in jail.

They are to be sentenced on August 17th, 2022.

Five of the men appeared at the St George’s Magistrate Court on Monday at which point charges of Causing Harm, Causing Harm with violence, and Causing Grievous Harm with Violence were read to them.

Fifty-five year old John Alexander, of Arima; 35 year old Mikhail John,  Sailor, of San Juan; 42 year old captain Noel Cooper, of Curepe, 28 year old Sailor Sheon Jack  of Cocorite all answered guilty to the charges.

Forty-five year old Lance Wiggins, Sailor, of Cocorite who was facing the same charges, pled not guilty and the prosecution team then informed the court that they will not proceed with the matter.

Forty year old Abiola Benjamin, 40 years, Operations Manager/Police Officer of Maraval who was charged for Assault on Anderson Peters, did not appear in court to answer the charges.

The report said the media is yet to find out the circumstances for his absence.

Peters won gold in the recent World Athletics Championships in the USA and a silver medal in the 2022 Commonwealth Games held in England.