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Case closed in Canouan murder

Case closed in Canouan murder


Four young men, will on March 21 learn whether or not they will face a judge and jury in the High Court on a murder charge.{{more}}

On Monday at the Serious Offences Court, senior prosecutor Adolphus Delpesche closed the case in the preliminary inquiry into the murder of Redemption Sharpes resident, Horsand Glasgow.

At the close, the defence stated that they were going to make no-case submissions in the matter.

Chief Magistrate Sonya Young gave March 17 as the date when the submission should reach the court and further gave the prosecution the following day to respond.

The men: Keyshawn Ellis, 20 and Chad Ellis, 18, both of Lowmans Windward, Donrick Richards, 21, of Richland Park and Imo Miller, 25, of Barrouallie, are accused of Glasgow’s murder, which occured on November 1, 2013, in Canouan.

According to a police source, just before midnight, Glasgow was asleep at his residence in a village called Balance, when he was attacked by two men, after being involved in an altercation earlier that day.

He died the following day.

Keyshawn and Chad Ellis are represented by Israel Bruce and Richards is represented by Grant Connell, while Miller is unrepresented.