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Screen_Shot_2014-09-16_at_7.51.59_PMToday in the Corozal Magistrate Court, Rayan Jones made another appearance for charges brought up against him for allegedly killing his father, 53 year old Nick Jones, on January 2nd 2014.


Jones was represented by Attorney Michael Peyrefitte who stood before Magistrate Hurl Hamilton and requested that a disclosure in Jones’ case be issued by the prosecution or charges be withdrawn. Peyrefitte based his request on the fact that Jones has already spent over nine months in prison and there haven’t been any signs of Corozal Police putting together all evidence and statements against him.


For context, on January 2nd, 53 year old Hensley Jones, also known as Nick Jones, who was the proprietor of Nick’s Waste Management, was shot three times to his head; two shots on the left side and one to the back.


Jones was transported to the Corozal Community Hospital where he was later transported to the KHMH where he was admitted under a critical condition. After being hospitalized for approximately 25 days Jones succumbed to his injuries.

Today Magistrate Hamilton ordered that Rayan Jones return to court on the 29th of January 2015 where by then a disclosure should have been handed over to his attorney. We will keep following the outcome of this story and report on its development.

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