New Court Date for Men Charged with Murder of Shineka Gray

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Jamaica News, March 8, 2018 – Murder of Shineka Gray                                                

St James, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – The murder case against accused killers Gregory Roberts and Mario Morrison has been put off for Thursday,  March 8.

Both men who are facing the court for the murder of Shineka Gray, 15-year-old Green Pond High School student formally of Mount Salem, appeared in court on Monday, March 5.

The case was put off when it came up for mention on Monday, after the presiding Judge, Justice Evan Brown, was informed that Morrison was being held at the Falmouth lockup in Trelawny and had not been brought to court.

Justice Brown then set the matter for mention on Thursday, March 8 and ordered that Roberts be remanded into custody.

Both men were arrested and charged in April of 2017, after the partially decomposing body of the Green Pond High School Student,  Shineka Gray was discovered in bushes at a section of St James known as Meadows of Irwin, three days after she went missing.

Meanwhile,  Gregory Robert’s  Attorney,  Chumu Paris, appealed to Justice Brown for the safety of his client.

According to the Attorney, he had been informed by his client that the officers at the Freeport lockup were inciting other inmates at the lockup against him.

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