The court has reserved its ruling on the bail applications made for the six people accused of the involving in a clash with another party at the Water Front night club in East Honiara.
Deputy Chief Magistrate Shepherd Lapo after the hearing yesterday adjourned the matter to Monday next week for the ruling.
The bail applications were made on Monday but were further adjourned to continue yesterday.
This is for prosecution to update court on the status of investigations and for the defence counsel to provide court with letters from the principals of three schools in Honiara of which three of the accused are said to be students at.
Private Lawyer Joseph Iroga did provide those letters from the School Principal yesterday and Police Prosecutor David Tepai also updated court on the status of the investigations which he said has been completed.
He said investigators also informed him that there are indications of reconciliation between the two parties.
Mostyn Junior Maenu’u, Chris Manehaita, John Namole, Kevin Ben Sade and Junior Mostyn and a 17 year-old juvenile are jointly charged with one count of going arm in public place.
They allegedly went and clash with another party whom they are related to, on the evening of May 13 at the Water Front night club in relation to family issues.
Members of the other parties were also remanded in custody facing charges of threatening violence.
It was alleged the men were armed with bush knives, iron, rods, rocks, stones, rubber slings, bow and arrows.
The alleged incident also involved the two parties swearing at each other which caused fears to the members of the public.
Police said this is a domestic family matter that later escalated into the clash of violence between the two groups.
By ASSUMPTA BUCHANAN