Anglin finds legal defence counsel for murder charge

| 12/03/2010

Cayman Islands News, Grand Cayman local news, Cayman crime, Cayman gangs(CNS):  The man charged with the murder of 4-year-old Jeremiah Barnes last month at the Hell gas station in West Bay has now secured a defence attorney to represent him. Devon Anglin made his third court appearance on 11 March since he was charged with the murder of the child and a number of other firearms offences, as well as an attempted murder.  According to a News 27 report, Anglin has not yet made a plea with regard to the murder charge but he is due back in court next Thursday, 18 March.  Until Anglin’s barrister, Alastair Malcolm QC, arrives in Cayman Clyde Allen will act on the 24 year old’s behalf.

Anglin was arrested literally hours after the killing of Jeremiah along with one other man. Another two men were then arrested a few days later. Anglin was eventually charged with the murder while the other three suspects were released.

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