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Fish Shop murder accused now on manslaughter charge; granted bail

Mark Anthony Barclay, who had confessed to murdering Gordon Ross outside White Castle Fish Shop, has been granted bail and will soon be facing trial in the High Court for manslaughter. Barclay had initially been on trial at the Georgetown Magistrates Court for murdering Ross. However, on Thursday, after the prosecution had closed the case, Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan changed ...

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Miner arraigned for murder committed 17 years ago

A 39-year-old miner, who allegedly killed another man 17 years ago, has finally appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates Court to be charged. It is alleged that on May 3, 1999, at 7 Miles Mahdia, Philbert Edwards called ‘Phil-Phil’ murdered David Ramcharran. The Prince Ville Mahdia resident was not required to plead to the indictable charge when it was read to ...

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Trio who allegedly killed Pomeroon farmer for High Court trial

A man, his wife, and their friend, who were jointly charged in the 2010 murder of Pomeroom farmer Victor Williams, will soon stand trial in the High Court. The charge against Frank Henry, Josephine Henry, and Trevor Abrams is that on July 22, 2010, at Pomeroom, they murdered Williams called ‘Willo’. They were not required to plead to the indictable ...

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Student charged with cheque forgery

A 20-year-old student appeared in court on Wednesday for allegedly forging over GYD 1.2M in bank cheques. The first allegation against Deoharry Oodit is that on September 20, 2016, in Georgetown, he conspired with other persons to commit a felony. That is to say he forged a Republic Bank cheque of GYD$800,000, property of Naipaul Ramodar. The second charge read ...

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Mother accused of embezzling Country Pride’s money

A mother of four is now on GYD$40,000 bail after appearing in court for embezzling over GYD$2M from Country Pride. It is alleged that between January 1, 2015 and July 18, 2016 in Georgetown, Pauline Stewart embezzled $2,085,305 while employed as a clerk or servant at Country Pride. The money had allegedly been given to the accused to be passed ...

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14-year old, adult charged with murder of businesswoman

The two accused, in the murder of Mahaicony businesswoman Bibi Shairoon Nesha Ali, appeared at the Sparendaam Magistrate Court to answer to the charge. It is alleged that between October 15 and 17, 2016, at Lot 4 Novar Mahaicony, Davanand Rampersaud and a 14-year-old accomplice murdered Ali, during the course of a robbery. The two were not required to plead ...

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Police Commissioner slams Court system for granting bail to persons charged with serious crimes

The judicial system is insensitive in granting bail to defendants who are charged with committing serious crimes, Acting Police Commissioner David Ramnarine said. He argued that bail should be a deterrent to crime. “The amount of bail granted in the court makes a mockery of how responsible people in authority should behave in these matters,” the Commissioner was quoted as saying ...

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Seaman caught with marijuana begs magistrate for “a minimum” sentence; gets hefty fine, jail term

A seaman has been fined GYD$16 million together with four years in prison, after pleading guilty to possession of narcotics. The allegation against Troy Van Doimen is that on October 22, at 51 Fifth Avenue Bartica, he had in his possession 14.61 kilogrammes of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking. When his turn came for him to plead to the charge, ...

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‘Bucko’ denies murder of relative

Although a city magistrate has found that there is sufficient evidence for a man to face trial by a High Court judge and jury, he insists that he is innocent. Nicholas Hercules, called ‘Bucko’ was on Friday committed to stand trial in the High Court for the murder of his relative. Following the lengthy Preliminary Inquiry into the matter, Magistrate ...

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