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Saturday 23 June 2018
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Attempted murder, shooting with intent cases at Scarborough court

A man charged with attempted murder, another for shooting with intent to cause bodily harm and three others for robbery of some $15,000 appeared before Magistrate Alexander Prince at the Scarborough Magistrate’s Court on Monday.

Don Trotman, 39, a self-employed man from Whim, Sean Brooms, a mechanic from Concordia and Rolly Ferguson, 33, a mechanic also from Concordia, were jointly charged for robbery and false imprisonment, with the court hearing that on November 30, the three men entered the home of Alima Benjamin at Pentland Trace, Plymouth and stole over $15,000 in electronics.

They were granted bail of $100, 000 each and instructed to reappear before the court on January 8, and to report to the Scarborough Police Station on Mondays and Thursdays until then.

Sheldon Roberts of Moriah was charged for attempted murder of a Moriah man on April 22. He was granted bail of $75,000 and is to reappear before the court on January 8. Roberts also answered to answer to charges of making threats to one Elisabeth King, resisting arrest and obscene language. He was granted bail of $50,000.

Also appearing before Magistrate Prince was Jamaali Gordon of Bethel, charged with possession on an illegal firearm and ammunition, and shooting at a male resident with the intent to do bodily harm. Gordon was granted bail of $100,000 and is to reappear in court on January 8.


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