Anglin charged in 2nd killing

| 12/01/2011

(CNS): Twenty-four-year-old Devon Anglin of West Bay has been charged with the killing of Carlo Webster in September 2009. Police confirmed that a man had been charged with the nightclub murder on Wednesday afternoon and was expected to appear in Summary Court in due course. This is the second charge of murder that Anglin faces as he is already on remand accused of the fatal shooting of four-year-old Jeremiah Barnes in February of last year at a West Bay gas station. Thirty-two-year-old Webster was gunned down inside the Next Level nightclub on West Bay Road when more than 150 customers were reported to be on the premises.

The police said at the time that they believed the killing was gang related and, despite CCTV cameras and so many people present when Webster was shot in the head, they struggled to find anyone willing to come forward. Officers arrested three men shortly after the killing and one was detained for 12 days in accordance with the law, but police said there was not enough evidence at the time to bring charges.

Since the murder, the night club, which is situated in the heart of the tourist district, has changed management and has been renamed Jet Nightclub.

Anglin was arrested and charged with the murder of Jeremiah shortly after the shooting in February and has been in custody ever since. Although a date has not yet been fixed for the trial, the case has been sent to Grand Court and is expected to be heard later this year.

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