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Lawmen progress in cases

A 15-year-old male charged with serious bodily harm and unlawful use of a firearm in connection with the shooting of Canadian visitor Jonathan Hubble in St John on March 12 has been remanded to Dodds Industrial School.

The juvenile appeared in court today with three others facing the same charges.

Damian Omar Brathwaite, 31, of Kendall Land, St John; Kyle Donniko Gill, 21, of Near Danesbury, Black Rock, St Michael; and Rick Jabari Clarke, 24, of Phillips Road, St Stephens Hill, Black Rock, St Michael.

The trio was remanded to Her Majesty Prisons at Dodds.

The four males will make their next court appearance on April 22.

Clarke, Brathwaite and Gill, have also been charged along with Shevon Jamario Pitt, 23, of Kendall Land, St John with another aggravated burglary in St John.

They allegedly committed the offence on March 3 at a residence in Glenburnie.

In a separate criminal matter, police are investigating the robbery of another gaming facility, the second in two weeks.

According to lawmen, two men, one armed with a gun stole an undisclosed sum of money from the staff of the Pool Hall in Marhill Street around 7:30 this morning.

The incident comes on the heels on the March 12 robbery of the Play Fair Arcade in Rockley Christ Church.

Jamar Antonio Headley, 33, of Ivy Main Road, St Michael and 19-year-old Adrian Romario Mottley of Watermill Place, Bayville, St Michael were charged with aggravated burglary on March 19 in connection with the incident.

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