Trinidad-based Guyanese seeking son-in-law’s extradition over alleged attempt on her life
Five years after her son-in-law allegedly attempted to kill her, a Trinidad-based Guyanese woman has managed to track the man to Guyana, from where she is hoping he will be extradited to stand trial.
Lileth Quamina, 67, told Stabroek News from her home at Patna Village, Diego, Trinidad that a random search online led her to learn of the whereabouts of Dwayne Estwick, whom she has accused of inflicting a beating on her that resulted in the loss of several teeth, damage to her lip and face and hospitalisation.
Estwick, who is married to Quamina’s daughter, was shot during a carjacking in February.
According to a report carried by Stabroek News on February 7, 2014, Estwick, then 41, of Lot 1 Meadowbank, East Bank Demerara, was attacked and shot in the buttocks by two men posing as passengers, who later fled with his car.
When contacted, Crime Chief Leslie James said that the Trinidadian police have not yet made contact with him. He said that extradition will be on the cards once it is established that Estwick is indeed wanted in Trinidad.