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A British man charged with grievous sexual
assault will reappear in court tomorrow after inves-
tigators were given time last week to contact Inter-
pol for a trace to be completed.
Derek Ide, 66, was remanded by Magistrate Mau-
reen Baboolal-Gafoor in the Port-of-Spain Seventh
Court when he appeared on Wednesday.
A former financial services adviser from England,
Ide was charged with assaulting a ten-year-old boy
at Power Boats, Chaguaramas, on April 28.
He was eventually remanded in custody to allow
the complainant Cpl Marvin Gibbons, of the Carenage
Police Station, to obtain more information on Ide s
address and purpose in the country.
Submitting a bail application on Ide s behalf, attor-
ney Sean Cazabon told the court his client had a
hearing problem, after Ide was seen cupping both
ears and straining forward to hear what was being
Assuring the court that Ide had strong ties to
T&T, Cazabon revealed that Ide owned a yacht which
was stored in Chaguaramas, and often returned to
spend May to November in Trinidad. Ide reportedly
first came to Trinidad in 2006 and has been returning
Cazabon presented the magistrate with a letter
from Tammy Abraham, the owner of Tammy s Bed
and Breakfast in Glencoe, attesting to the fact that
she knew Ide and that he was accustomed staying
at her establishment.
Cazabon said Abraham was willing to have Ide
stay with her pending the outcome of the matter.
Reminding the court that Ide was presumed inno-
cent until the matter was determined, Cazabon said
Ide had no previous convictions or pending matters
in this jurisdiction, and was willing to comply with
any conditions set out by the court. He said Ide was
not a flight risk as his passport remained in the cus-
tody of the police.
Also present in court last week was the CEO of
Power Boats, Donald Stolmeyer. After hearing from
Cazabon, Baboolal-Gafoor said while the matter
was one in which Ide could be granted bail, she still
wanted an Interpol tracing.
Baboolal-Gafoor also ordered that Abraham attend
court tomorrow, so the consequences of her accept-
ance of having Ide stay with her could be fully
explained to her.
Brit charged with assaulting
boy, 10, awaits Interpol trace
These two young ladies were captured by our photographer during the
Point Fortin J'Ouvert celebrations.
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