Wednesday 23 September, 2020

Six charged for Tobago double murder

Jason Caesar, Anderson Belgrave, Treston Reno, Denzil Turpin, Gilsa Bonas and Nicholas Cowan were charged with two counts of murder.

Jason Caesar, Anderson Belgrave, Treston Reno, Denzil Turpin, Gilsa Bonas and Nicholas Cowan were charged with two counts of murder.

Six people, including a woman, were charged for the murders of Kenny Wolfe and James Fergusson, which occurred on July 21 in Tobago. A seventh man was charged for possession of a stolen vehicle, a firearm and ammunition. 

All seven who ranged in ages 21 years to 34 years, were charged on Friday, July 31. 

Jason Caesar, Anderson Belgrave, Treston Reno, Denzil Turpin and Nicholas Cowan were all charged with two counts of murder and possession of firearm and possession of ammunition. Gilsa Bonas was also charged with two counts of murder and possession of marijuana. 

Kervis Taylor also known as “Shotter” was charged for possession of a stolen motor vehicle, possession of firearm and possession of ammunition. 

The victims, 35-year-old Wolfe, an electrician, who lived in Golden Lane, and 23- year old Fergusson, who lived at Bacolet, were driving in a vehicle along St Cecelia Road, Tobago, when another vehicle, driving in the opposite direction and bearing false number plates collided with their vehicle. Two men exited the vehicle and fired shots at Wolfe and Fergusson following which they escaped in a Toyota Aqua. 

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