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Jun 10, 2013

Leon Gray charged for Attempted Murder

Leon Gray

Twenty-four year old Leon Gray, a known affiliate of the PIV gang, was today arraigned on charges of attempted murder, use of deadly means of harm and wounding, following a shooting incident during which a Belize City man was grazed on the elbow.  On June fourth, Malcolm Wagner reported to police that while standing at the corners of Flamboyant and Vernon streets he was accosted by a pair of dark complexioned men on a motorcycle.  One of them, reportedly wearing a mask and later identified as Gray, opened fire on him causing the injury.  In court, Magistrate Adolph Lucas Junior read the three charges to Gray, who was then remanded to the Belize Central Prison until July thirty-first.  Wagner, on the other hand, had just appeared before the court the day prior to the shooting, where he pleaded not guilty to a charge of Handling Stolen Goods; he was found in possession of a bicycle belonging to a police officer.  Gray, viewers would recall, was acquitted, along with four others, of the murder of Randy Coye which occurred in October 2009.

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2 Responses for “Leon Gray charged for Attempted Murder”

  1. Simone says:

    Heard he was crying when they locked him up.

  2. no mercy for murderers says:

    he shot Randy Coye in his back after kenroy humes hit him in the head with the thomb stone my nephew saw every thing.

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