A 63-year-old security guard was on Friday remanded to prison after he appeared before Magistrate Leron Daly charged for assaulting his 58-year-old wife.Lyndon Thomas of Lot 61 Princes Street, Georgetown denied that he unlawfully assaulted Kim McDonald on November 8, 2017 when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Lyndon ThomasAccording to Police Prosecutor Richard Harris, Thomas was in a drunken state when he pushed his wife and later picked up a cutlass and threatened to kill her. According to the prosecutor, the Virtual Complainant (VC) who became fearful for her life reported the matter to the East La Penitence Police Station.In court on Friday, the VC told Magistrate Daly that her husband is in the habit of abusing her when he consumes alcohol.The tearful woman told the court that she has endured similar abuse at the hands of her husband for over 16 years.However, Thomas told the court that he cannot recalled behaving in such a manner and as such denied that the incident took place.Prosecutor Harris objected to bail being granted based on that fact and explained that Thomas might even be a danger to himself.As such, Magistrate Daly remanded Thomas to prison. The cased will continue on November 15.
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