No bail for duo accused of dangerous driving

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Two men, who were recently charged with dangerous driving, were denied bail when they appeared in Traffic Court yesterday before Magistrate Dexter Wason.
Kenroy Samuel, 35, of All Saints was slapped with the charge after the vehicle that he was driving collided with an SUV in the vicinity of Dee’s Service Station on Old Parham Road and Sir George Walter Highway Saturday night.
Yvonne Richards, a supervisor at KFC, was seriously injured when the All Saints man’s car slammed into the SUV in which she was a passenger.
The Parham woman underwent surgery at the Mount St. John’s Medical Centre for a head injury. Burns to her chest reportedly resulting from scalding water from the radiator of Samuel’s vehicle, was listed among her injuries.
Meanwhile, Brad Kadeem Samuel, 25, of Yorks, racked up a bill for thousands of dollars when he smashed into the glass doors of Cost Pro Supermarket Friday night, narrowly missing a woman who was walking out of the 24-hour establishment.
Samuel has since been charged with dangerous driving and he too was denied bail. The two accused men are to return to the Traffic Court for trial on September 4.
The men still have the option of seeking bail in the High Court.

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