The court will on Tuesday continue to hear bail applications on the case of the six people accused of involving in the clash between two parties at the Water front night club in East Honiara.
Lawyer representing Mostyn Junior Maenu’u, Chris Manehaita, John Namole, Kevin Ben Sade and Junior Mostyn and a 17 year-old juvenile made the bail applications yesterday before Deputy Chief Magistrate Shepherd Lapo.
When asked by the court on the status of investigations in this matter, Police Prosecutor David Tepai said prosecution is yet to get information from investigators.
Mr Lapo therefore moved the matter to this afternoon to enable prosecution to get the latest information regarding the investigations.
The defence counsel was also asked to provide letters from the Principals in three schools of which three of the accused claimed to have been enrolled there as students.
The six people are facing charges of going arm in a public place.
Prosecution alleged they clashed 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.
The other party was 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, bows 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 matter that later escalated into the clash of violence between the two groups.
By ASSUMPTA BUCHANAN