A teen who was recently released from prison after serving three months’ for stabbing his sister has once again found himself before a city magistrate. This time, 19-year-old Daniel Boutrim was slapped with four charges, including assault and escaping lawful custody.

The teen is accused of using threatening language towards Randy Green on January 30, 2019 at Tucville, Georgetown.

It was further alleged that on February 17, 2019 at Georgetown, he inflicted grievous bodily harm on Travenie Boutrim, his sister.

Boutrim was further accused of making use of threatening language on March 17, 2019 at Lodge Housing Scheme, Georgetown towards Lancelot Boutrim.

Finally, Boutrim allegedly, on March 17, 2019 at the East La Penitence Police Station, escaped while being in lawful custody for the offence of threatening language.

An unrepresented Boutrim pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

While Police Prosecutor Sanj Singh did not disclose facts in the matter, he asked that Boutrim be remanded to prison. The prosecutor told the court that Boutrim was recently released from prison after serving time for unlawfully wounding his sister.

The sister, who was present in court, told the magistrate that Boutrim has threatened her family. The woman also disclosed that her brother has breached a protection order which she had taken out against him. The woman even pointed to her right arm which has a scar which she said was inflicted by her brother.

Boutrim was remanded to prison until June 21, 2019.



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