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Bail Denied For  Twenty-Two Year Old Murder Accused

Bail Denied For Twenty-Two Year Ol…

Twenty-two-year-old Dilei...

One Villager Injured in Mount Toute Shooting

One Villager Injured in Mount Toute…

With four criminal charge...

Fire Destroys House In Telescope

Fire Destroys House In Telescope

Police are investigating ...

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Bail Denied For Twenty-Two Year Old Murder Accused

Twenty-two-year-old Dileion Hypolite of Richmond Hill St. George’s made her first court appearance at the St. George’s number two magistrate’s court, before Magistrate Tahira Gellineau on Tuesday July 18.

Hypolite was slapped with a charge of non-capital murder in the fatal stabbing of her 24-year boyfriend Kadeem Scantlebury. The incident occurred on Friday July 14 and Scantlebury succumbed to his injury at the General Hospital on Saturday evening.

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One Villager Injured in Mount Toute Shooting

With four criminal charges levelled against him, among them possession of firearm and ammunition, a Lance Aux Epines resident was told that he would be remanded to the Richmond Hill Prison until his next court date. 

The words from Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill as she addressed the St. George’s Number One Magistrate Court last Friday, in the face of a bail application made by defence counsel Francis Paul on behalf of his client, Tyron Edwards.

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Fire Destroys House In Telescope

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the destruction of a three-bedroom wooden house in the village of Telescope in St. Andrew, by fire last Tuesday evening. 

The owner of the House whose name was given as Margaret, a vendor at the Grenville Market is struggling to come to grips with the sudden destruction of her home that left her and one other occupant homeless. It is understood that material given to the homeowner as part of the House Repair Programme also went up in flames. 

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