Hart Charged With Murder [Charges Dropped]

December 16, 2014

[Updated: Charges dropped] Dion Hart was remanded in custody after being charged with the murder of Prince Edness in Magistrates Court this morning [Dec 16].

Hart, a Pembroke resident, was charged with five offences including the murder of Prince Edness, using a firearm to commit the offence, using a firearm during flight and possessing a firearm and ammunition. The charges alleged that Hart was concerned with another person who was not yet before the Court.

The court room was packed, with members of the public and a number of police officers present, and the defendant remained silent throughout the proceedings.

The defendant did not have to enter a plea, and he was remanded into custody by Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo.

On December 7th, police responded to a shooting that took place in Southampton, which saw 29 year old Prince Edness fatally shot, and the suspect[s] fire at a police officer who was chasing them.

Update: Three days after these charges were laid, they were dropped. Details here.

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  1. Hmmm says:

    you worked fast on this murder but not the others! Smh

    • Tired says:

      The BPS have been working fast on all murders. They are constantly finding ways to solve crime. People are getting tired and they are talking and assisting the Police. I am glad because all our young black males are dying! We need to get the guns off the street.

    • Ian says:

      lol! i swear you just live to grumble…

  2. So far, job well done B.P.S. The public must be more helpful when dealing with matters such as these :-(

    • Ashley says:

      So what your gonna say when this man goes court and is proven innocent? Job well done? NO i didn’t think so!

      • Micro says:

        That has nothing to do with the BPS.

        The BPS business is gathering enough evidence to make a good arrest, beyond that it’s up to the justice department and the jury to prove whether or not an alleged perpetrator is guilty or not.

      • hmmm says:

        What do you know about the incident?

  3. wwatcher says:

    Sterling work BPS bringing one of the alleged culprits on charges so quickly, keep up the good work.

  4. Devil says:

    That was fast what the!!!!It’s working if you know something say something must have worked in this case!!!What happen to the many others.js

  5. KeepingItReal says:

    why is everyone mad at the BPS?

    • Ian says:

      because idiots NEED a scapegoat to feel better.. always been that way.

  6. swing voter says:

    what was I doing at 20yrs old?

    (1) working 2 jobs & saving money for college (late bloomer)
    (2) messing with bikes and boats
    (3) chasing chicks

    what has changed for these 20yr old guys?

    • Onion says:

      Bikes these days are so good off the shelf that there really isn’t nearly as much you can legally do them to improve performance.

  7. keep it real says:

    This is garbage

  8. RIDE OR DIE says:

    KEEP YA HEAD UP HART!

  9. RIDE OR DIE says:

    KEEP YA HEAD UP HART!

  10. Oh,I see now says:

    swing voter says:
    December 16, 2014
    what was I doing at 20yrs old?

    (1) working 2 jobs & saving money for college (late bloomer)
    (2) messing with bikes and boats
    (3) chasing chicks

    what has changed for these 20 yr old guys.

    As the song goes. No education or am. bi. tion also just plain lazy.

  11. always watching says:

    And the medal goes to……