Twenty year old Victor Parham, an unemployed of Curassow Street, was charged with aggravated assault with a firearm when he appeared today before Magistrate Aretha Ford. Parham pled not guilty to the charge. Magistrate Ford explained to him that she cannot offer him bail because the offence was committed with a firearm. She remanded him into custody until November 1. The incident occurred on August 18. The complainant, Carl Lamb, reported to the police that while he was on Cemetery Road in front of Atlantic Bank, Parham pointed a pistol at him, putting him in fear of his life.