Update: Teens accused of murder remanded
THREE TEENAGERS ACCUSED of the July 17 murder of Colleen Beresdean Payne have been remanded to HMP Dodds.
They are Baggio McNeil Boxhill, 17, of 3rd Avenue Spring Garden, Black Rock, St Michael; Kishon Lemar Anderson Thomas, 18, of Nicholls Road, Seaview, St James and 19-year-old Orlando Ricardo Martin (below), of 2nd Avenue, Bibby’s Lane, St Michael.
The three were not required to plead to the charges in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court and were remanded until August 22.
Magistrate Douglas Frederick presided over the matter.
Thomas is being represented by Angella Mitchell Gittens while Boxhill is represented by Roy Hurley and Martin by Steve Gollop.
Two other males charged with assisting offenders in relation to Payne’s death were also remanded to prison.
They are 24-year-old Kyle Donicco Gill of Danesbury, Black Rock, St Michael and Darian Reuben Thompson, 19, of Oldplow Road, Bagatelle, St Thomas.
Gill (below) is charged that knowing or believing that Orlando Martin and Kishon Thomas committed an arrestable offence (murder), he disposed of a firearm used by them with intent to impede their prosecution.
Thompson (second below) is charged that knowing or believing that Martin and Thomas committed an arrestable offence: (murder) he disposed of clothing used by them with intent to impede their prosecution.
Prosecutor Sergeant Martin Rock objected to bail and the two were remanded to jail until August 22.
Gill is represented by attorney-at-law Dr Waldo Waldron Ramsey while counsel Safiya Moore appears on behalf of Thompson.
Both lawyers intend to apply for bail at the High Court. (TKS)