A fourth man has been charged with the shooting death of Letrae Doeman.
Aaron Perinchief, 27, appeared in Magistrates’ Court this morning where he was charged with the murder of Mr Doeman on July 1, in Smith’s.
He was also charged with the use of a firearm to commit an indictable offence – namely murder – on the same date.
He was not required to enter a plea as the matter must be heard in the Supreme Court.
Mr Perinchief, from Pembroke, was alleged to have acted alongside Quazori Brangman, 22, Jukai Burgess, 22, and Nasaje Anderson, 25, who were charged with the same offences last week. None of the men have entered a plea.
Magistrate Tyrone Chin referred Mr Perinchief’s case to the Supreme Court’s September arraignment session.
He was remanded in custody until such time.
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Story courtesy of RG