Man Charged With November 11th Shooting

November 21, 2014

Appearing in Magistrates Court this morning [Nov 21], a 29-year-old man was charged in connection with the shooting outside the Somerset Cricket Club on November 11th, which saw four men injured.

Germiko Williams faced a number of charges, including possessing a firearm and possessing ammunition.

As the charges can only be heard in the Supreme Court, the defendant did not have to enter a plea. He was remanded in custody.

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  1. Let “Justice” be served if convicted of said offences! Attempted murders are as serious of an offence as down-right murder and need not ever be allowed back on the streets when convicted.
    As a matter of fact, them that are convicted of murder (or attempted murder) need be sent off to another country to serve out their sentence. Really, why should we / Bermudians bare the burden of supporting them here on Island at such an outrageous fee? They remain on Island with the pleasures of visits from family and friends etc. and this isn’t right… make them suffer in a real prison!

    • ImagineThat says:

      and to think that as a victim I still have to support those who done me wrong by paying for them to be incarcerated.

  2. wwatcher says:

    Great job BPS, swift concise action!

  3. Clear View says:

    Well done to the BPS and to those who came forward with information. Seems like a very quick arrest and charge.

  4. imyourGOD says:

    i knew it