High Court handyman remanded for beating wife

first_imgA handyman attached to the Berbice High Court was remanded to prison for allegedly hitting his wife with a piece of wood several times, causing her to suffer a fracture to the left hand.Troyden Evans, 42, of Lot 214 Mayor and Town Council Scheme, New Amsterdam, appeared before Magistrate Alex Moore on a charge of maliciously inflecting bodily harm on Rhonda McGarrel on December 14, 2018, at Vrymens Erven.The prosecution is contending that Evans went to his wife who was selling in front of a primary school in New Amsterdam and began threatening her.The woman, out of fear, left her stand and ran into the New Amsterdam Library compound but he pursued her and then dealt her several blows with the piece of wood he was carrying.The woman appeared in court with her left arm bandaged and indicated to the court that it was fractured. Police Prosecutor Inspector Bernard Brown told the court that Evans was previously charged for a similar offence, but the matter was dismissed for want of prosecution.According to Brown, he was also convicted and imprisoned for burning McGarrel’s face. He will have to return to court on January 18, 2019.last_img read more