Charles Leslie Jr. in Court for violent crimes in and out of prison
In court today, twenty-four year old Charles Mervin Leslie Jr., a George Street Gang associate appeared for the attempted murder and wounding of another remanded inmate. According to twenty-one year old Woodrow Reyes, on the morning of Monday April twenty-third, he was stabbed in the neck whilst he was on remand in prison. It is reported that the stabbing was motivated by the execution of George Street boss, Sheldon Pinky Tillett. Leslie was read three charges, one count of attempted murder, wounding and use of deadly means of harm upon Reyes.
No plea was taken from Leslie, who appeared unrepresented. He was further remanded to the Belize Central Prison. His case was adjourned for June twenty-ninth. Leslie also appeared in court today for a separate charge of attempted murder on Durant Rhaburn which happened in August of last year. That case was adjourned for June eleventh.