Six men, charged with a range of offences under the Firearms Act, are now on remand.
However, while 28-year-old Richad Barry Boyce, of 2nd Avenue, Kellman Road, Black Rock, St Michael, was remanded to police custody, his co-accused were sent to HMP Dodds until June 25.
They are 27-year-old Richard Shamario Worrell, of Derriston Road, Grazettes, St Michael; 21-year-old Rachad Justin Bowen and 21-year-old Ranako Kadeaine Brathwaite, both of Fairfield Cross Road, Tudor Bridge, St Michael; 28-year-old Adigun Rabbi Hinds, of 5A, Maddison Terrace, Deacons, St Michael and 17-year-old Malik Derick Fenty, of 2nd Avenue, Redman Road, Deacons, St Michael.
Boyce is accused of causing serious bodily harm to Nicholas Blagrove on May 19 with intent to maim, disfigure or disable him or to cause serious bodily harm to him, as well as having possession of a firearm without a valid licence.
On that same day he reportedly discharged a firearm along Tudor Bridge in a manner that placed Shaquille Carter in danger of death or serious bodily harm. Boyce is further accused of stealing $12, 403 in cash belonging to Sunil Construction Limited on February 16.
He is also jointly charged with Worrell with damaging a motorcar belonging to Leeandrea Goddard, as well as using a firearm on May 15, while engaging in violent disorder and engaging in unlawful violence which caused those present to fear for their safety.
Boyce is further charged with Bowen with entering Sam Lions Bar on May 20 without lawful excuse while armed with a gun. The duo is also separately charged with committing affray while armed with firearms on the same day.
Brathwaite meantime is accused of discharging a firearm along Promenade Road in a manner which placed Kevin Boyce and Jason Allman in danger of death or serious bodily harm, as well as endangering life while armed with a firearm on May 20.
The six men are also jointly charged with discharging a firearm along Fairfield Road in a manner that placed Quamie Miller in danger of death or serious bodily harm and damaging a window belonging to Rosanna Ifill on May 16.
It is further alleged that they had possession of two 9mm caliber pistols, two 40 caliber pistols, 17 rounds of 40mm caliber ammunition and 29 rounds of 9mm caliber ammunition on May 20, while Hinds, Fenty, Bowen, Boyce and Worrell are alleged to have discharged a firearm along Kew Road on the same date which placed Jamal Williams, Dale Crichlow, Ryan Eversley and Markinson Chandler in danger of death or serious bodily harm.
Worrell, Bowen and Hinds are unrepresented while Boyce is represented by attorney Naomi Lynton; Fenty by attorneys Sade Williams and Rashida Edwards; and Brathwaite by Kashka Mottley. They were not required to plead to the indictable charges when appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sergeant this afternoon.