A minibus driver has been implicated in the September 3 shooting death of Kemar Grazettes.
Lemario De-Coursey Gill, from Clinkett’s Gardens, St Lucy, is the fourth man to be remanded to Dodds in connection with the capital case.
Grazettes, 31, succumbed to his injuries at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on September 3, following a shooting incident at Arsenal Playing Field, Jackson, St Michael on August 31.
The 30-year-old Gill is also accused of using an illegal firearm and unlawfully wounding Carlos Taitt on August 31 with intent to maim, disfigure or disable him or to do him some serious bodily harm.
It is also alleged that, on the same day, he, together with other persons, used unlawful violence and their conduct taken together was such as would cause a person present at the scene to fear for his or her personal safety.
Gill was not required to plead to the indictable charges when he appeared before Acting Magistrate Krystal Delaney in the District ‘A’ Traffic Court with attorney-at-law Harry Husbands who was holding for colleague Damien Sands. Police Constable Ralph Rollock represented the Crown.
Gill will reappear before the court on November 4.
In mid-September, 20-year-old Jared Stephen Highland-Best, of No. 75 Apes Hill Development, Apes Hill, was remanded to prison on the same charges as Gill. He is scheduled to make his second appearance before the court on October 12.
At the end of last month, two other men – Jeevad Tevonne Griffith, 26, of Harrison’s Tenantry, St Lucy, and Shaquon Rico Tion Goddard, 21, of Porey Spring, St Thomas and Airlie Tenantry, Cave Hill, St Michael – were also hauled before the court on identical charges as the other accused. They are now on remand until October 28.