Two men appeared in Magistrate’s Court this morning in relation to two separate murder incidents.
37-year-old Anthony Davis was charged with murdering Morissa Moniz on November 11.
Davis was not required to enter a plea to the indictable offence as it must be heard in the Supreme Court.
The Worshipful Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo sent the case to the Supreme Court, where it will be mentioned during the December monthly arraignment sessions on Wednesday December 1.
Also in Magistrate’s Court this morning was 20-year-old Syhon Akinstall was charged with the unlawful killing of Micah Davis and Ayinde Eve and the attempted killing of Troy Eve-Burgess and Derek Golding while being concerned with others not currently before the court.
The Pembroke resident was also charged with four separate counts of using firearms to commit indictable offenses, namely the aforementioned killings and attempted killings.
Mr. Akinstall’s case involves multiple indictable offenses.
Therefore, it must be heard in the Supreme Court and he was not required to enter a plea this morning.
Magistrate Tokunbo sent the case to the Supreme Court, where it will also be mentioned during the December monthly arraignment sessions.
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