A Tobago man is ordered to stay 100 feet away from his common-law wife.
Dwayne Roberts-Greene, 41, of Tank Road, Signal Hill, Tobago, was also ordered to stay 100 feet away from his common-law wife at all times after pleading not guilty to the charges when he appeared before Magistrate Jo-Anne Connor on Wednesday.
He was granted $75,000 bail when he in Scarborough Magistrate yesterday to answer to a series of charges arising out of a domestic incident on December 8.
The magistrate also ordered Roberts-Greene to move out of the shared residence.
He will reappear before the Court on January 5th 2021.
Roberts-Greene was charged with:
- Two counts of common assault;
- Larceny; and
- Attempted choking with intent.
The charges, laid by PC Sandy, of the Tobago Division Gender-Based Violence Unit (GBVU), arose out of an incident on December 8 in which a 41-year-old woman reported to police that her common-law husband allegedly attacked her.
According to the woman, she arrived at her Tank Road, Signal Hill Road home at 9.30 pm after braiding someone’s hair when her common-law husband arrived soon after.
The man allegedly began quarrelling with the woman about her whereabouts. The woman reported to police that the accused allegedly became annoyed, took up a cutlass and dealt her several blows to her body.