Pembroke men charged with attempted murder
A pair of Pembroke men charged with attempted murder refused to enter a plea during an appearance in Supreme Court.
Jahmico Trott and Troy Burgess, both 29, were charged before the courts yesterday morning with attempted murder and using a firearm to commit an indictable offence.
Mr Trott, meanwhile, was further charged with carrying a firearm with criminal intent and handling a firearm, with all of the charges said to have taken place on May 14 in Pembroke.
While the charges were read, both men declined to enter a plea. Puisne Judge Carlisle Greaves remanded both men into custody, ordering that the matter return before the courts on July 24 to be mentioned.
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