Man denies shooting East End house

| 08/05/2011

(CNS): Cody Miller (18) pleaded not guilty to attempted murder in the Grand Court on Friday in connection with a shooting in East End in February. Miller also pleaded not guilty to charges of possession of an unlicensed firearm. Accused of firing shots at a house in Sea View Road in the early hours of Saturday 12 February, Miller denied attempting to cause the death of another. A police report at the time revealed no one was injured in the incident when several shots were fired at the house and through the window. A trial was fixed for 21 November this year and Miller, who lives in East End, was released on bail until his next appearance. (Photo Dennie Warren Jr)

The father of Jeremiah Barnes, the four-year-old child shot and killed in February last year at a West Bay gas station, also appeared in court Friday to answer charges regarding an alleged incident just before the killing of his son in January 2010, which took place on Capt Joe and Osbert Road. Andy Barnes pleaded not guilty to possession of an imitation firearm and threatening violence. His trial is set for 5 December and Barnes was released on bail.

Meanwhile, Tyrone Ebanks pleaded not guilty to rape and defilement in connection with an incident that took place on 27 December in West Bay. Ebanks denied having unlawful intercourse with an underage girl and was remanded in custody until the trial date set for 20 June.

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