4 Grand Roy Men Remanded To Prison For The Death Of Jamaican Businessman

Grenada, November 5th – Four men, between the ages of 23 and 33, from the village of Grand Roy, St. John, have been charged with non-capital murder for the stabbing death of Jamaican Businessman, Norman Power. Power was reportedly attacked by the men on the evening of Thursday November 1st, at his place of business. He died the following day.

The men, who made their first court appearance on Monday, are – Anthony Chase, Tyrone Francis, Rafim Andrew and Clint Toussaint. The accused men were all remanded to prison pending their next court appearance on November 19th, 2018.

They were represented in court by attorney, Arley Gill.

Power’s killing is Grenada’s 14th homicide for 2018.


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