Woman Charged in Robin Hood Murder

 Woman Charged in Robin Hood Murder

This morning in Magistrate’s Court, 25-year-old Quiana Butterfield was charged with the following offenses:

“ Being concerned with others not before the court, unlawfully murdered Ayinde Eve and unlawfully killed Micah Davis.”

“ Being concerned with others not before the court, did attempt to unlawfully cause the death of Troy Eve Burgess.”

“ Being concerned with others not before the court, did attempt to unlawfully cause the death of Derek Golding.”

All of these alleged offenses occurred on Tuesday, October 26 at or near the Robin Hood restaurant and pub.

As these charges being indictable the case must be heard in the Supreme Court, Ms. Butterfield, from St. George’s, was not required to enter a plea during this morning’s session.

Taking everything into consideration, the Worshipful Magistrate Maxanne Anderson sent the case to the Supreme Court, where it will be mentioned during the December 1st arraignment sessions.

Magistrate Anderson ordered that Ms. Butterfield be remanded into custody.———————————————————————————————-Any content which is considered unsuitable, unlawful, or offensive, includes personal details, advertises or promotes products, services or websites, or repeats previous comments will be removed.

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