Everton Gittens case adjourned
THE MURDER CASE of policeman Everton Randolph Gittens has been adjourned until December 8, this year.
Last month, Prosecutor Inspector Eustace Ifill had indicated to the Court that the preliminary enquiry would have started yesterday but that did not happen as an adjournment was sought and granted by one of his attorneys, Angella Mitchell-Gittens.
The Dash Gap, Bank Hall, St Michael officer was charged with the murder of Selwyn Blues Knight on March 15, this year, wounding his son Junior Knight with intent to maim, disfigure or disable him as well as recklessly engaging in conduct which placed Junior in danger of death or serious bodily harm, on the same date.
Gittens, who remains on remand at HMP Dodds is also represented by attorney-at-law Desmond Sands. (GBM)