[www.inewsguyana.com] – During interrogation by police ranks in ‘C’ Division, Marc Angoy reportedly confessed that after he was acquitted of murder and released from prison, he sold marijuana in an interior location to support the grandmother of the child he killed on Sunday, October 18.
After shooting to death 13 – month – old Arian Gill and her wounding 12 – year – old aunt, Ashley Wellington to her left foot, Angoy turned himself over to the police at Grove Police Station on Tuesday, October 20.
iNews understands that Angoy shared a common – law relationship with the grandmother of Gill, but she ended it a few weeks ago and filed a restraining order against him.
According to reports reaching iNews, the suspect told police that he worked very hard to support the woman and ensured he provided her with everything she needed.
iNews understands that Angoy confessed that he felt “used” and became upset when the woman acquired the restraining order. He denied ever abusing the woman physically.
Angoy told the police ranks that he never intended to shoot the baby girl and that it was a mistake, which he now regrets.
Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum had revealed that the shooter and the grandmother, Shelly Norton were in a relationship but separated about a month ago.
He disclosed that Norton, who owns a shop in the interior, had obtained a restraining order against the man. iNews understands that at the time of the shooting, the two children were in the sitting room area while Norton was in her bedroom at their Eastville, East Coast Demerara home.