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Prosecutors not proceeding with charges against Robin Hood accused

Supreme Court

Prosecutors have decided not to proceed with charges against a woman accused of being involved in a fatal shooting at the Robin Hood pub.

Quiana Butterfield, 26, had been charged in Magistrates’ Court with the murders of Ayinde Eve, 27, and Micah Davis, 22, on October 26 last year, along with the attempted murders of Derrick Golding, a police sergeant, and Troy Eve Burgess.

However, the Supreme Court heard yesterday that prosecutors had filed a nolle prosequi — a request for an indefinite adjournment — indicating that they would not proceed with the case against her at this time.

Puisne Judge Juan Wolffe subsequently discharged Ms Butterfield from the matter.

Another person, Syhon Akinstall, has also been charged with the offences but has denied all charges.

His case remains before the courts.

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