Grenada Broadcasting Network

21st April 2024

  

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Yet another delay in the sentencing of Chad David, who appeared before a high court judge Justice Paula Gilford on Monday.

On December 2nd, 2022, a twelve-member jury returned with a unanimous verdict of Guilty of Non- Capital Murder.

David’s sentencing originally scheduled for December 22nd was put on hold for a first time, and again, the matter was adjourned until Thursday February 2nd 2023.

David who was 17 years old at the time, was charged in connection with a fatal chopping incident in November 2019, that resulted in the death of his 34-year-old cousin, Marvin Francis, of Duquesne St. Mark.

David reportedly inflicted several chop wounds, including one to Francis’ neck, following an altercation over an undisclosed sum of money.

The murder victim’s hands were reportedly almost severed, and his head was almost completely decapitated. He also suffered other serious injuries.

David was charged with the indictable offense of Non-Capital Murder.

Prior to todays’ sentencing, David has already served four years on remand.

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