Posted: Sunday, February 16, 2020. 9:54 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: After 10 days on remand at the Belize Central Prison, the Meighan brothers, Tyrone, Ellis and Shaquille are home on Supreme Court bail of $10,000 each granted by Supreme Court Justice, Antoinette Moore.
The trio is accused of being members of a gang, to which they have pleaded not guilty. They are represented by attorney Richard “Dickie” Bradley.
Their initial application was objected because of the evidence against them, including representations of gang graffiti on Facebook, wearing tattoos and marking buildings in their neighborhood with gang signs.
Evidence against the brothers presented in court dates back to October 2018, including their criminal history and time at Central Prison. But Justice Moore allowed it and set conditions, including having them sign in at Dangriga and Queen Street police stations for the duration of their case.
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