The committal hearing for the four individuals charged with the murder of Bruce Greenaway has again been adjourned until December 21 to allow for the file to be served to court and counsel.
Jason Modeste, a 44-year-old police officer, along with three members of the Antigua and Barbuda Defence Force – Shakiel Thomas, 25, Armal Warner and Aliyah Martin both 20, appeared before Magistrate Ngaio Emanuel Edwards today expecting to find out if there is enough evidence to send their case up to the Highcourt.
Attorney Lawrence Daniels who represents Martin, was the only one present. He however, held for Andrew O’kola who represents Warner and Thomas and Wendel Robinson who represents Modeste.
The proceeding was adjourned for the second time.
Greenaway’s lifeless body was found at Indian Creek on April 13, a few days after his family reported him missing.
According to reports, the father-of-two was last seen in the company of soldiers before he went missing.
An autopsy revealed that the Falmouth man was strangled.