Four men charged in Canouan killing
November 8, 2013
Four men charged in Canouan killing

Four men, jointly charged in connection with the murder of 29-year-old Horsand Glasgow of Redemption Sharpes, were remanded until November 14, when they are next scheduled to appear at the Serious Offences Court.{{more}}

The men, Keyshawn Ellis, 20 and Chad Ellis, 18, both of Lowmans Windward, Donrick Richards, 21, of Richland Park and Imo Miller, 25, of Barrouallie, made their first appearance in court Wednesday before Chief Magistrate Sonya Young, charged with causing the death of Glasgow.

The incident occurred just before midnight on November 1.

Glasgow was pronounced dead at the Canouan clinic after sustaining multiple chop wounds about his body.

Reports indicate that Glasgow was asleep at his residence in a village called Balance, when he was attacked by two men, after being involved in an altercation earlier that day, a Police source stated.

Keyshawn and Chad Ellis are represented by Israel Bruce and Richards is represented by Grant Connell.(DD)