The three men, including a cop, jointly charged in connection with the contract-style killing of a man in St. Thomas, had their bail extended when they appear before the parish court on Wednesday.
Cop and two other men charged with murder
11:07 pm, Sat August 12, 2017
Constable Bradon Logan, Shamalo Panton and Nowayne Ennis were each granted bail in the sum of three million dollars.They are to return to court on October 4.
All three men were charged jointly with murder as well as illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition.
They were held on April 4, hours after 33 year old Carl Armstrong was fatally shot in front of children at the entrance to the Grants Pen Primary School in Albion, St. Thomas.
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