Twenty-nine-year-old Tobagonian Kellon Alexander was ordered to have no interaction with a 14-year-old girl after he was charged with sexual penetration of a child.
Alexander, whose bail was set at $80,000 by Scarborough Magistrate Jo-Anne Connor, was also instructed to present himself to his local police station once a week.
He will again appear in court on May 12th. He was arrested and charged by PC Mitchell of the Tobago Division Child Protection Unit (CPU) on April 10th following a report made to police by a 14-year-old that she was allegedly sexually assaulted by a man.
According to official reports, the girl told officers at 2 am on February 11th, 2021, a man told her to come into his vehicle, where he took her to a playing field in Mason Hall, Tobago, where the act allegedly occurred. An investigation, supervised by Sgt. Miller of the Tobago CPU, led to the man being arrested and charged with the offence.