Posted: Wednesday, May 18, 2016. 6:33 pm CST.
Posted: Wednesday, May 18, 2016. 6:34 p.m. CST
By Aaron Humes: Tonight two teenagers are on remand at the Belize Central Prison after they were arraigned for the Saturday, May 15, 2016 shooting spree on Marage Road, Ladyville area that left one man dead and three of four others who were socializing with injuries as a result.
Police charged 18 year old Egbert Baldwin, a resident of Milpa area, Ladyville along with 18 year old Darwin Prado, also of the Ladyville area with 3 counts of attempted murder upon the three shooting victims: 22 year old Terence Richard Flowers Jr, a resident and student of Marage Road, Ladyville who was shot multiple times and seen suffering from gunshot injuries to right hand, left side of his chest and to the back of his neck;
23 year old Casey Lozano, a resident of Marage Road who was seen suffering from a gunshot injury to his right hand, and 44 year old Lyndon Gillett, a resident of Milpa area, Ladyville who was seen suffering from a gunshot injury to his right hand.
The duo were additionally charged with use of deadly means of harm; dangerous harm upon Flowers Jr.; one count each of grievous harm upon Lozano and one count of wounding on Gillett.
The duo were arraigned before newly appointed Magistrate, Emmerita Anderson; no plea was taken from them but Baldwin claimed he wasn’t even there. He had to be stopped from trying to explain his case before the appropriate time.
Due to the nature of the offenses, the duo were remanded into custody at the Belize Central Prison until August 15, 2016.
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