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May 8, 2023

Disorderly Conduct and Firearm Possession Charges Following Ladyville Murder

John Quilter

Patrick Canelo and two other men were charged for disorderly conduct earlier today, following an altercation in Ladyville on Thursday night that resulted in the murder of twenty-year-old James Bainton.  The deadly incident occurred at a football field in Ladyville where several persons had gathered to watch a game being played.

Patrick Canelo

Twenty-year-old Canelo, a resident of Flamboyant Street, Ladyville, was jointly charged with twenty-one-year-old John Quilter and Oshay Clark, an employee at the Philip Goldson International Airport.  The men appeared unrepresented in the lower court, where Canelo pleaded guilty to the charge of disorderly conduct.  Bail was granted to Quilter and Clark in the sum of five hundred dollars each, plus one surety of the same amount.

Oshay Clark

Meanwhile, a family of four was taken into custody and arraigned today after a firearm was discovered inside their residence following the murder of James Bainton.  They are Shakeem Ferguson, his girlfriend Kelly Sanchez, his sister Shantel Ferguson and Randolph McKoy.

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