Second man charged in Vlissengen Rd murder

Jermain Otto, the second accused in the murder of businessman Ashok Raghoo was this morning remanded to prison after being arraigned on the capital offence before city magistrate Judy Latchman at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.

Otto, 25, was not required to enter a plea to the charge which stated than on August 18 at Vlissengen Road he murdered Ashok Raghoo in the course or furtherance of a robbery of both him and his wife, Shayraz Raghoo, of property valued at $4 million.

The accused is a miner and father of two who resides at lot 735 East Ruimveldt.

His matter will be called again on September 27 at Court One before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry.

On Friday last, Travis Mc Dougall, 24, of Lot 422 East Ruimveldt was remanded to prison for the same charge as well.

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