The accused, Edward Lavia. (iWN photo)

A Petit Bordel man is to appear in court in Chateaubelair on Friday in connection with damage to a house and vehicle belonging to Member of Parliament for North Leeward, Roland “Patel” Matthews.

On Monday, Edward Lavia appeared before Senior Magistrate Rickie Burnett, at the Kingstown Magistrate’s Court, where the charges were read to him.

Police are alleging that last Saturday, Aug. 3, Lavia, 38, damaged the windshield of motor vehicle P2793, value EC$1,500 and was reckless as to whether such damage would occur.

He pleaded not guilty to the charges as well as a charge that on the same date, also in Petit Bordel, he damaged an EC$350 glass window at Matthews’ home.

He was granted bail in the sum of EC$2,000 and was ordered to appear at the Chateaubelair Magistrate’s Court on Friday.

3 replies on “Man charged with damaging MPs home, vehicle”

  1. Urlan Alexander says:

    I wonder what this drunkard got himself into now? The thing is I doubt he will be in a position to pay for the damages and Patel will have to pay for his damages

  2. Caribbean Joe says:

    Are you sure you got his age correct?! This guy look more like 75. Then again must be the rum…..lmao

  3. These people pick fights with people they have no beef with but all because they perceived that they don’t support the same party they do these shit,all politicians should call out there wrongs ,it’s not good for the country, please in heavens name do the right thing people.

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