A 32-year-old Charlestown, Georgetown vendor, who reportedly attempted to discard of an unlicensed firearm along with matching ammunition right after he reportedly assaulted his spouse was on Monday remanded to prison.David Bernard appeared before Georgetown Magistrate Judy Latchman and denied that on November 1, 2018 at Broad Street, Charlestown he had in his possession a 9mm pistol without being the licensed forearm holder. It was further alleged that the Bernard on the same date and same location had 15 rounds of 9mm ammunition in his possession without being licensed holder.Brenard also denied a charge of assault, which stated that on November 1, 2018 at Lot 17 Broad Street, Charlestown he unlawfully assaulted Jessica Belle.Police Prosecutor Quinn Harris told the court that on November 1, a report was made by Belle for the arrest of the defendant in relation to a domestic dispute. However, when Bernard was being approached by Police ranks he was seen taking out the weapon from his pocket and throwing it next to a zinc fence. He was arrested, and the gun and ammunition were retrieved.Objections were made in relation to the firearm and ammunition charges citing the seriousness and prevalence of such occurrences.Magistrate Latchman upheld the prosecution’s submission and remanded Brenard to prison on both firearm related charges. He was released on $20,000 bail for the assault charge. The cases will continue on November 8.
LA VERNE – It took a lot of heart and determination for the Bonita High School girls soccer team to pull out a 3-1 come-from-behind victory over Charter Oak High in overtime on Thursday afternoon. The Bearcats, tied at 1-1, scored the winning goal – extending their Miramonte League-play winning streak to 136 games – five minutes into the first of two overtime periods on a shot from senior London Tennant that tricked past Chargers goalkeeper Natalie Bailey. (626) 962-8811 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “I think we played great,” Bearcats coach Michael Dyer said. “We just weren’t able to finish any of our shots. If we had gotten one early, I don’t think their would have been an issue of overtime.” The Chargers got on the board early in first half with a goal from sophomore Diana Costellom, who scored off of a corner kick. But they were unable to protect the lead. The Bearcats, dominating nearly the entire game, but unable to finish any of their shots, tied the score at 1 with less than 10 minutes remaining in regulation on a shot from sophomore Deborah Musa. “In overtime we were just fitter than they were,” Dyer said. “That, and the girls were fired up about the comment their (Charter Oak) coach said about their team winning league this year.” email@example.com Bonita improved to 8-3-3 overall and 1-0 in league play. Charter Oak dropped to 9-3-1 and 1-1. Freshman Jessica Sanchez scored the insurance goal for Bonita with less than four minutes remaining in the final overtime.