Chris Duerr Denies Double Murder Charge

July 1, 2014

Christoph-DuerrIn this morning’s [July 1] Supreme Court Monthly Arraignment session, Chris Duerr pleaded not guilty to the premeditated murder of Haile Outerbridge and Rico Furbert at Belvin’s Variety store in January 2013.

Duerr, 26, also pleaded not guilty to using a firearm whilst committing both indictable offences.

Two other men were named in the indictment but neither was present in this morning’s Arraignment.

Duerr must return to Supreme Court on 18 July when the Director of Public Prosecutions will make an application to join his case to others involved.

In the meantime, Duerr will remain in custody.

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  1. Terry says:

    Dismont. Robinson. Smith. Deshields. Tucker. Joynes. Wilkinson. Wislon. Furbert. Lightbourne. Caisey.

    Duerr?

  2. UpsetwithVerdict says:

    May justice be served in this case n my prayers are with all the families. To the young men and women don’t get caught up with foolishness cause you will surely suffer harm, so make wise choices.

  3. George Brown?! says:

    Seize his passport. Definitely a flight risk.

    • Inspector Gadget says:

      Why? He is to remain in custody…

    • Justice! says:

      Why seize his passport when he is going to be detained?

  4. Numpty says:

    George, the guy has been remanded at Westgate. His passport is useless right now.

  5. Inspector Gadget says:

    If appEARS that his time has come!

  6. what an idiot says:

    Come on guys, George is being an a-hole,(attempting to make a joke)