Bulletin issued for third suspect in murder of martial arts instructor

Bulletin issued for third suspect in murder of martial arts instructor

Police today issued a desired bulletin for a third suspect in relation to the murder of  martial arts instructor and bodyguard, Garfield Newton who was shot in the course of a theft in Albouystown, Georgetown on Xmas Eve.

In the bulletin, the police said Oneil Halley named ‘Lucky’, whose very last known handle is West Ruimveldt Squatting Area, Georgetown is wanted by the Felony Investigation Division (CID) for questioning in relation to the criminal offense which happened on December 24, 2021.

Anybody with information that might lead to the arrest of Halley is requested to get hold of CID on telephone numbers 225-3650, 225-3061, 226-1326, 226-9914, 226-9977, 225-8196, 911 or the nearest police station.

A lot less than two weeks immediately after the killing, two adult men: Darren Baley identified as ‘Fifty’, 25, a weeder of 3091 Recht-Doorway-Zee, Parfait Harmonie, West Bank Demerara (WBD) and Judah Vickery, called  ‘Culture’, 24, a taxi driver of Bella Dam, Pouderoyen Squatting Area were billed with murder.

They appeared in advance of Main Justice of the peace Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Courtroom and had been remanded to prison.

Newton, 36, of Whole lot 454 Mandela Avenue was shot in his chest during the theft immediately after browsing a goldsmith in Campbell Road, Albouystown, Georgetown.

During the attack, law enforcement reported the bandits carted off a silver hand band, a gold chain, two gold finger rings and a mobile mobile phone.

They also stole a Glock 9MM pistol and two magazines made up of 15 rounds of ammunition which have been in his possession.

In a temporary assertion, the law enforcement experienced mentioned Newton went to the goldsmith exactly where he collected the jewellery which he had taken to thoroughly clean. 

The police additional that he left going for walks on Campbell Road heading in a northern way to motor van # GPP 7505 (owned by the company he was utilized with) which he parked on Sussex Street, Albouystown.

About 5 minutes later on, the police mentioned that the goldsmith was informed by a teenager that the person who had gathered the jewellery had been shot and was lying on the avenue.  As a result, the goldsmith went out and saw Newton lying motionless on his abdomen in the road.

The body was examined and what appeared to be a gunshot wound was viewed on the still left aspect of his upper body.

He was pronounced lifeless at the scene by Crisis Health care Specialists.

The firearm and ammunition – house of the Beharry Group of Firms – jewelry and the cellphone described had been not observed, the police report stated.