Two men on remand at Dodds today pleaded guilty to a number of charges including aggravated burglary and use of a firearm during a virtual sitting of the No. 4 Supreme Court.
Alexander Patrick Alleyne, of Ealing Grove Gardens, Christ Church and Travis Orin Campbell, of no fixed place of abode, appeared before Madam Justice Laurie-Ann Smith-Bovell this morning along with their attorney-at-law Ryan Moseley.
The two admitted that on February 22, 2020 they entered as trespassers the home of Robert Elliott with intention to steal while armed with a cutlass and firearm. They also took responsibility for unlawfully and maliciously wounding Kenneth Elliott on the same day and using a firearm when they did not have the required licence.
The facts of their crime will be disclosed by Crown Counsel Kevin Forde on March 8 when the matters go before the court again.