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Remanded on murder charge

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Added 23 April 2015

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Murder-accused Romario Oneil Boxill was remanded until May 22. (Picture by Xtra Vision Photography)

THE 19-YEAR-OLD who was charged in the shooting death of David Miller has been remanded until May 22.

Romario Oneil Boxill, of no-fixed-place-of-abode, was charged with murder when he appeared at the District F Magistrates Court today.

He was also charged with two counts of possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of a quantity of ammunition.

Miller, 41, was shot and killed last Thursday, yards from his Vaughn’s Land, St Joseph home.

Boxill was one of three man held by police in a subsequent car chase which ended when the vehicle overturned at Benny Hall, St Andrew. Two firearms were recovered. (PR/SAT)

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