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Two brought before court for disorderly conduct

A woman accused of creating a disturbance at Social Services on May 21 was yesterday granted an absolute discharge.

Police arrested Kelvinique Hart after she got rowdy at the office on Robinson Road, the court heard.

Hart admitted behaving in a disorderly manner when she appeared in court.

Senior Magistrate Carolyn Vogt-Evans advised Hart to be more patient.

Police arrested another woman for disorderly conduct at a shop on East Street South on May 21.

Injell Porter admitted getting into an argument with an officer, who told her to leave the area.

Porter acknowledged saying, “with ya black self” within earshot of the officer.

Vogt-Evans told Porter that she should respect law enforcement.

Porter was fined $25 or two days in prison.

Senior Reporter at The Nassau Guardian
Artesia primarily covers court stories, but she also writes extensively about crime.
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