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Dog Paw firearm trial put off to October 30
2012-09-06 18:42:20 | (0 Comments)
The firearm trial of reputed gang leader Christopher ĎDog Pawí Linton has been pushed back to October 30.
Linton is before the Gun Court on a charge of illegal possession of a firearm.
When the matter was called up, the court was informed that the prosecutionís witnesses were unavailable.
Lintonís was slapped with the firearm charge after his capture at a house in August Town, St Andrew in January last year.
Itís reported that a joint police-military team had gone to the house to capture Linton, who had eluded several dragnets.
Itís further reported that during a search, a firearm allegedly belonging to Linton was found in a refrigerator.
Linton was subsequently arrested and charged with illegal possession of the firearm.
Supreme Court Judge Marjorie Cole-Smith is trying the case.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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