Two murder accused remanded
TWO MEN WHO APPEARED in court this morning on murder charges have been remanded to HMP Dodds.
Thirty-five-year-old Andre Clyde Cave of Fairfield Cross Road, Tudor Bridge, St Michael was not required to plead and was remanded until May 30.
He is charged with the murder of Josiah Clairmont of Orchid Drive, Husbands, St James. Cave was captured by police this week and appeared in the District A Magistrates Court.
Another man, Richard Shamario Worrell, 23 years, of Derriston Road, Grazettes, St Michael, is also on remand for Clairmont’s murder.
Meanwhile at Oistins, 22-year-old Adrian Andre Cox, of Parish Land, Christ Church made his first court appearance. He is accused of killing Selwyn Carter of Balls Land, Christ Church last Saturday.
Cox was remanded on the murder charge, but he pleaded guilty on two unrelated theft charges – one for stealing a bicycle and the other a handbag and its contents – and was sentenced to twelve months in jail.
Carter, who was 50 years old, was found by a relative on the floor of a shed near his home. (BN)