An 24-year-old man, accused of aiding and abetting three teenagers charged with last year’s murder of Colleen Payne, was granted $5,000 bail in the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court today.
Kyle Donniko Gill, of Danesbury, of Black Rock, St Michael, who is charged with the indictable offence of disposing of a firearm allegedly used in the murder, secured his freedom today after the prosecutor did not renew the Crown’s objections to bail.
However Gill, who is represented by attorney-at-law Angella Mitchell-Gittens, now has to report to the Black Rock Police Station every Monday and Wednesday by 10 a.m. with valid identification. He was also ordered to submit his travel documents to the court.
Gill had been on remand since appearing in court on July 25, 2017. He will make his next appearance before Magistrate Douglas Frederick on April 11.
Fifty-eight-year-old Payne of Lodge Hill, St Michael was attacked and shot by two men while conducting a transaction at the Royal Bank of Canada ATM machine at University Drive, Black Rock, St Michael, on July 17.
She was rushed to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance but subsequently succumbed to her injuries.