Saturday 17 November, 2018

Murder accused among six remanded

Six St Michael residents charged with offences ranging from firearm possession to criminal damage, were remanded to Her Majesty Prison, Dodds yesterday.

They are:    

Adigun Rabbi Hinds, 28, of Maddison Terrace, Deacons; 

Malik Derek Fenty, 17, of Redman Land, Brandons;

Rachad Justin Bowen, 21, of Gilkes Road, Fairfield;

Richard Barry Boyce, 28, of Kellman Land;

Ranako Kadeaine Brathwaite, 21, of Fairfield Road;

Richard Shamario Worrell, 27, of Derriston Road, Grazettes.

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They are jointly charged with discharging a firearm along Fairfield Road in a manner that placed Quamie Miller in danger of death or serious bodily harm and damaging a window belonging to Rosanna Ifill on May 16, as well as possession of four guns and 46 rounds of ammunition on May 20.

Brathwaite is separately charged with discharging a firearm along Promenade Road in a manner which placed Kevin Boyce and Jason Allman in danger of death or serious bodily harm, as well as endangering life while armed with a firearm on May 20.

Worrell, Fenty, Bowen, Boyce and Hinds are alleged to have discharged a firearm along Kew Road on the same date, which placed Jamal Williams, Dale Crichlow, Ryan Eversley (pc 1625) and Markinson Chandler (pc 1881) in danger of death or serious bodily harm.


Boyce is facing a murder charge for the death of Nicholas Blagrove.  See more in the related article:  

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He is also accused that:

  - On May 19, he caused serious bodily harm to Nicholas Blagrove with intent to maim, disfigure or disable him or to cause serious bodily harm to him, as well as possession of an illegal firearm and that he discharged a firearm along Tudor Bridge in a manner that placed Shaquille Carter in danger of death or serious bodily harm

  - On February 16 stole $12, 403 in cash belonging to Sunil Construction Limited

  - On May 15, he, along with Worrell, damaged a car belonging to Leeandrea Goddard and used a firearm while engaging in violent disorder and engaging in unlawful violence, which caused those present to fear for their safety. 

  - On May 20, he is jointly charged with Bowen, for entering Sam Lions Bar without lawful excuse while having a gun. Bowen and Boyce are also charged with committing affray while having firearms.


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