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Alleged Uchence gang member denies being part of criminal network

Another alleged member of the Uchence Wilson Gang, Fitzroy Scott, has denied being a part of any gang.
 
The police have alleged that he is second in command to the leader, Uchence Wilson, but Mr. Scott said this is not so. 
 
He has also denied ever owning a firearm, holding one or being involved in any robbery.
 
Mr. Scott is the second accused to take the stand in the case now on in the Home Circuit Court.
 
Earlier, Uchence Wilson denied knowing at least five of his alleged gang members during cross examination by the prosecution.
 
He told the court that he met them when they were charged together.
 
The alleged gang members are on trial for breaches of the anti-gang law for crimes allegedly committed between 2015 and 2017. 
 
On Monday morning, two more alleged members of the gang - Tevin Khani and Cornell White - were freed.
 
They joined Shadday Beckford, Junior Rose and Judith Johnson who were recently freed after the prosecution dropped its case against them due to insufficient evidence.
 


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