Gunman says sorry to ex-girlfriend
Moments after being the victim of domestic violence over a cell phone, a woman turned the tables on her abuser, telling police about the gun he had stashed in her wardrobe.
Yesterday, Kemar Devere Sharan Rudder faced the No. 2 Supreme Court and eventually apologised to the woman for his actions, after some prompting from the court.
Rudder, 32, of Farm Road, Deacons, St Michael, had just pleaded guilty to having a 9mm Glock pistol and 19 rounds of ammunition on August 7, 2019.
He was represented by attorney Angella Mitchell-Gittens.
Prosecutor Crown Counsel Keith Robertson told the court Rudder visited his now ex-girlfriend at her apartment. He went into her bedroom, took down his gun out of the wardrobe and placed it in his pants waist. (HLE)
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