THURSDAY, JAN. 5: Seven alleged gang members who are accused of wounding two men in a bar brawl had their bail conditions changed today.

Kenneth Caines, 27, Jermaine Lovell, 33, Ian DeSilva, 36, K'Wonde Lathan, 21, Terrence Christopher, 21, Skyah Furbert, 20, and DeVaughn Whitfield, 27, pleaded not guilty in Magistrates’ Court today to unlawfully wounding Angelo Smith on December 18.

The men also denied unlawfully wounding Allan Butterfield on the same date.

The defendants were originally given $5,000 bail with one surety and agreed to wear electronic monitoring tags.

They were among the first group of defendants to be given tags and were told to stay inside their homes for 24 hours a day.

But today, Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo changed the bail conditions.

He told the defendants they were no longer required to stay in their homes all day but gave them a nightly curfew from 10pm to 6am.

“You must have no contact with each other or with Allan Butterfield or Angelo Smith,” he said.

“No contact of any sort including communication except with or meeting with counsel.”

The $5,000 bail was extended.

The alleged incident took place at Docksiders at 2:13am and was captured on CCTV.

All seven men were identified on the footage and are said to be members of Parkside.

One of the victims required two stitches after the attack and the other needed three.

At the first hearing, Crown counsel Tawana Tannock said both men said they were kicked and punched multiple times by the group.

Mr Christopher is said to be the one who initiated the alleged attack.

Ms Tannock told the court the offence was a “serious gang related offence”.

The court heard Mr DeSilva, Mr Lovell and Mr Whitfield all have children.

A trial date was set for March 6.