A man accused of murder appeared in Magistrates Court yesterday [June 13], and was granted bail with specific conditions.
Last month 23-year-old Jay Dill — along with Devon Hewey — was charged with the murder of Randy Robinson, as well as with using a firearm to commit the offence. Neither man has entered a plea, as the matter must be heard in Supreme Court. Mr Hewey remains on remand.
At around 8.30pm on March 31 2011, 22-year-old Randy Robinson was shot multiple times in the Border Lane North, Pembroke area, and was pronounced dead on the scene.
In order to be bailed, Senior Magistrate Archibald Warner said Mr Dill must wear an Electronic Monitoring Device, and two people must stand surety of the amount of $50,000.
- Devon Hewey & Jay Dill Murder Trial Continues
- Murder Trial Pushed Back One Week
- Two Men Deny Murder Of Randy Robinson
- Justice Greaves: ‘This Is Domestic Terrorism’
- Robinson Murder: Dill & Hewey Found Guilty
- Randy Robinson Murder Trial Gets Underway