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Seven accused off to Dodds


Added 25 February 2015


(Top, left to right) Rehquino Barker, Damian Padmore and Kareem Bailey and (bottom, left to right) Akem Leon and Marvin Victor were all remanded yesterday. (Pictures by Xtra Vision Photography)

AMID NOISE AND TIGHT SECURITY in the Bridgetown courtyard, seven men were taken to court on a range of charges, including murder, and were remanded to HMP Dodds yesterday evening.

The seven – Romario Phillips, Nicholas Shorey, Marvin Victor, Kareem Bailey, Rehquino Barker, Akem Leon and Damian Padmore – went before Acting Magistrate Alliston Seale in the District “A” Criminal Court after crossing a crowded courtyard dotted with armed special unit officers, plain-clothed detectives, attorneys, family members and curious onlookers. romario-phillips-and-nicholas-shorey-022515

Soon after the seven arrived around 2:15 p.m. to the tune of cheering friends and relatives, they were charged with a range of indictable offences. (Coastline Communication)

Please read the full story in today's Midweek Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

Romario Phillips (left) and Nicholas Shorey on the way to Dodds yesterday.


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