The four men accused of causing the death of a Jamaican food vendor have been remanded to prison.

Charged on the weekend with noncapital murder, they made their first court appearance today before the St. George’s magistrate’s court.

On Monday four men charged with noncapital murder in the death of 52-year-old Jamaican national, norman power, made their first court appearance.
The four men charged are 33 years old Clint Toussaint, 23 year old Anthony Chase, 23 year old Tyrone francis and 25 year old Rafim Andrew, all fishermen, of Grand Roy, St. John are represented by attorney Arley Gill.

Power died in the early hours last Friday, after an altercation with the alleged men in the green bridge area, supposedly over portions of chicken.
Power was stabbed in the process and subsequently pronounced dead on arrival at the general hospital.
All four men charged with his death were remanded to her majesty’s prison and will return to court on November 19th for the mention.

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