Agricola youth charged with robbery of Land Court Judge, husband

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Warren McKenzie.
Warren McKenzie.

[www.inewsguyana.com] – Twenty – two – year old Warren McKenzie of Agricola, East Bank Demerara appeared before Magistrate Ann McLennan on Thursday, August 27, charged with robbery under arms.

The court heard that on July 09 at Montrose, East Coast Demerara being in company of three others and being armed with a gun, he robbed businessman, 50 – year – old Mohamed Chand and his wife, 43 – year – old Nichola Pierre, who is a Land Court Judge, of a personal safe containing US$7,000, gold and diamond Jewelry and a suitcase containing other valuables, among other items, which amounted to over $ 2.6M.

It is alleged that the accused on the same day ,at the same location, discharged a loaded firearm in the direction of Ron Peters with intent to maim, disfigure or disable.

He was not allowed to plead to the indictable charge and was remanded to prison until September 08, when he is slated to appear at the Sparendaam Magistrate’s Court.

Land Court Judge, Nicole Pierre and husband Mohamed Chand.
Land Court Judge, Nicole Pierre and husband Mohamed Chand.

During his court appearance today, McKenzie, who had sustained a gunshot injury to his stomach, was seen on hospital stretcher being assisted by the Police; he claims that he is unable to stand, sit or move as a result of his injuries.

Pierre and her husband were badly beaten and had to be admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of a City hospital following the robbery. Chand lost an eye while his wife suffered a broken jaw.

Three others were also recently charged for the same offence.

 

8 COMMENTS

  1. This is poetic justice for this vermin. Some folks do shoot back. He deserves this life of pain and misery. Hope it is a life lesson to those with the same mindset like him.

  2. Where ignorance is bliss Abby it is so funny to be wise. Did you say the same when ramotar released the convicted murderer of a young child? Did you.? See how stupid and ignorant you sound.

  3. Hold on, why this chap still have on his mask in the hospital? aww! that’s not a mask , that’s just uglyness man ,smile buddy you famous you picture is all over the world , see you in 25 years time .

  4. Let this depressed oppressed youth from the Agricola depressed community go. People must understand that all PNC stronghold villages are depressed oppressed villages. It’s the root cause why these youths have to turn to a life of crime. These PNC villages needs free electricity free water free food free house now. Well after robberies they will buy brand name clothing so we not asking for free clothes.

  5. You are sick with hate for the PNC. Such a trait is not only poisoning you and your friends but stagnating the growth of Guyana….Let the law deal with the criminals who were nurtured by your supper incompetent PPP.

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