A female special constable was before the court Tuesday morning to answer to a charge of aggravated assault with a knife upon a minor, 31-year-old Natalie Hamilton, is accused of stabbing a 16 year old girl at the corner of Prince and George Street on Independence Day. In a report to police, the 16-year-old girl told police that she was at the corner of Prince & George Street when a female known to her as Natalie Hamilton approached her and they got into a verbal argument. According to the minor, Hamilton then left the area and 5 minutes later, she return and they got into another verbal misunderstanding. This time, another female who was in the area, intervene and told Hamilton to relax. But at that point, that’s when Hamilton allegedly attacked her. The minor says Hamilton rushed over towards her and that’s when she saw her pull out a knife and motion to stab her but missed. Another female who was also in the area then intervene and that’s when Hamilton left the area. In court, SC Hamilton pleaded not guilty to the offense and asked to explain her situation but that’s when Magistrate Hamilton informed her that she need not explain herself at this point since she has pleaded not guilty to the charge. There was no objection to bail being granted to her and Magistrate Hamilton offered her bail in the sum of $500 plus one surety of the same amount which she was able to meet before 11:00 a.m., Tuesday morning. Her bail was set with a condition that she stay away from the complainant.