Guilty Plea For Man That Killed His Father

Today in Supreme Court, Tyshaun Brown pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of his father, Amon Brown, on July 8, 2020.

It is believed the Prosecution had the murder charge against Mr. Brown reduced to manslaughter due to the defendant’s mental state and diminished responsibility as a result.

Following the hearing, Bermuda Police Service Detective-Sergeant Jason Smith had this to say outside of the courtroom:

“ This is a very unfortunate set of circumstances, with a son killing his father. There are no winners in this case and the Raynor/Brown family are distraught. At least there is some satisfaction, in his pleading guilty, that justice has been served. His guilty plea is accepted and we move on from there.”

According to Mr. Smith, the evidence against Mr. Brown was compelling, so a guilty plea was expected and certainly the right decision for him to make.

Mr. Brown will be sentenced for this crime some time next week.

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