Four for High Court over murder of Tain mother

Four persons who are accused of murdering a Tain mother in February, last year, in her home, were yesterday committed to stand trial in the High Court in Berbice.

Oliver Permaul, 36, a barber, of Lot 100 Tain Settlement; his wife Nazima Permaul, 42, who operated a business in Rose Hall Town, Corentyne; Andre James, also known as ‘Andy’, 26, a tattoo artist of Lot 46 ‘A’ George Street, Rose Hall Town and Rohan Johnson, also known as ‘Jamakie’, 38, a Jamaican national and a carpenter of Lot 107 Second Street, Rose Hall Town were all charged jointly with the murder of Leilawatie Mohamed, also known as ‘Aunty Leila,’ 45, a domestic worker of Lot 149, Sixth Street, Tain Settlement, Corentyne on February 7th, 2017.

The Permauls were represented by Attorney-at-law, Mursaline Bacchus. James was represented by Attorney-at-law, Bernard De Santos, and Johnson was represented by Attorney- at-law, Motie Singh…..

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