Repeat offender charged for attempted murder

first_imgLisa Bobb — charged multiple times and arraigned in various Magistrates’ Courts in Georgetown for a series of offences — was on Friday arraigned before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on an attempted murder charge.This charge alleges that she, on February 14, 2018 at Royal Drive, Campbellville, Georgetown, wounded Christel Bobb with intent to commit murder.Lisa BobbThe court heard that virtual complainant Christel Bobb and defendant Lisa Bobb are cousins who reportedly have had several misunderstandings in the past. The Prosecution is contending that on the day in question, Christel Bobb had just returned home when she was pounced upon by Lisa Bobb, who dealt her a stab to her upper left arm. This attack reportedly stemmed from another misunderstanding the two cousins had had the previous night.Christel was rushed to the public hospital, where she continues to be a patient. Lisa Bobb has been remanded to prison, and the case will continue on March 2. The 25-year-old Lisa Bobb, of Lot 84 Campbellville Housing Scheme, was heard screaming, “If I had the chance to murder that b***h, I would!” as she was being led out of the courtroom of Magistrate Ann McLennan.On her last appearance at the Court, Lisa Bobb had been sent to be mentally evaluated. She has been a frequent offender since 2013.last_img

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