Kenrick Longsworth to be Tried for Attempted Murder
Kenrick Longsworth, the son of Lavern “Antichrist” Longsworth, was today committed to stand trial at Supreme Court for the attempted murder of Kadeem Myers, who was shot on the eve of the 2018 elections. His preliminary inquiry before Senior Magistrate Aretha Ford ended with the committal after prosecutor, Sergeant Macedonio Sanchez presented as many as sixteen statements and exhibits as evidence against Longsworth. At the end of the submissions, Senior Magistrate Ford instructed Longsworth that he is to appear in the April session of the Supreme Court, set to commence on April second, 2019. Longsworth was given bail of five thousand dollars plus one surety of the same amount, which he met by the end of the day. The incident occurred back on March seventh, 2018 Myers and Jerlin Flowers were injured in a shooting on Rhaburn’s Alley in Belize City.
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