From the Courts
December 6, 2022
Man facing charges of illegal ammo possession, striking someone in the eye granted bail

A resident of Queensbury appeared in the Serious Offences Court on Monday, December 5, before Chief Magistrate, Rechanne Browne on charges related to grievous bodily harm and illegal ammunition possession.

Simeon Wilson was charged that on November 5, at Vermont he did unlawfully and maliciously cause grievous bodily harm to Ashley Williams of Vermont by striking him in his right eye with a hairoun bottle with the intent to do so.

He was not required to plea to the charge and the magistrate granted bail in the sum of $6000.00 with one surety.

Wilson was ordered not to have any contact with the virtual complainant and he is to report to the Vermont police station every Friday between 6:00 a.m- 6:00 p.m.

The matter is adjourned to January 17, 2023.

Wilson was also required to answer to a second charge, that on December 1, at Queensbury he had in his possession three rounds of 9mm ammunition without a license issued under the Firearms Act.

He pleaded not guilty to this charge and the magistrate granted bail in the sum of $1500.00 with one surety. That matter is adjourned to January 13, 2023.

Both matters will be heard at the Serious Offences Court.