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Sixth man charged with Tamana killing
The next door neighbour of Guaico, Tamana mini-mart owner has been charged with conspiracy to murder John Samaroo.
Devon Dillon appeared before Senior Magistrate Gillian Scotland in the Sangre Grande First Court yesterday.
Dillon, 35, was charged by Cpl Seecharan of Arouca Homicide Bureau, Region 2.
Five other people are also charged with the same offence and appeared in court last week.
Ferdinand Mora, aka ‘Fredi’, 32, Bonifacio Mora, aka’ Chin’, 46, Javon Mora, aka, ‘Mickey’, 25, Justin Durity, 22 and Nickie Paradaisee 35, appeared in court on July 12. The magistrate after perusing the prisoner’s criminal record granted him $250,000 bail.
Dillon will return to court on August 9 along with his five other accused.
Samaroo, the owner of J&J mini-mart was attacked and chopped repeatedly when went to empty garbage in a barrel on the outside of his business place on June 21.
His wife, Saraswatee Samaroo, was also chopped during the incident but survived.
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