No kidnapping charges were read to the 11 people who reappeared in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with the murder of chief executive officer of Xtra Foods Vindra Naipaul-Coolman.
The 11—Allan “Scanny” Martin, Lyndon “Iron” James, Shevon “Buffy” Peters, 20, Ronald “22” Armstrong, 27, Akiel “Crime B” Gloster, 20, Keidan “Ileida” Garcia, 22, Earl “Bobo” Tremmingham, 24, his younger brother Marlon “Madman” Tremmingham, 23, Antonio “Hedges” Charles, 29, Joey “Joey Ogiste” Lewis, 21, and Joel “Ninja” Fraser, 23, all of Upper La Puerta Avenue in Diego Martin, reappeared in the Eight Court yesterday morning.
Chief Magistrate Sherman McNicolls did not attend court as his mother passed away on Wednesday, according to a radio report.
The accused were charged by Supt Nadir Khan of the Homicide Bureau.
No evidence was taken and the matter was adjourned to June 8.
Naipaul-Coolman was snatched outside her Radix Road, Lange Park, home in Chaguanas, on December 19, 2006.
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