School chef denies charges in car park stabbing

| 19/09/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): A 21-year-old local man who works as a chef at a government primary school denied two charges of assault and wounding on two people when he appeared in Grand Court Friday. Desly Kyshon Missick pleaded not guilty to allegations that he stabbed and assaulted his victims in the car park of Fete nightclub on 20 August using a chef’s knife, during an altercation involving four people. Missick was bailed on strict conditions and is now expected to go to trial next year.

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