Jahmico Trott Found Guilty Of Attempted Murder

March 30, 2021

A Supreme Court jury has found Jahmico Trott guilty of attempted murder, using a firearm and intimidating a witness.

Police Detective Superintendent Nicholas Pedro said, “The Bermuda Police Service welcomes the guilty verdict delivered today in the matter of the attempted murder.

“Today, a Supreme Court jury found the defendant Jahmico Trott guilty of:

  • 1. Attempted Murder
  • 2. Carrying a Firearm to Commit an Indictable Offence
  • 3. Using a Firearm to Commit an Indictable Offence
  • 4. Intimidating a Witness

“Cases of this nature are sadly becoming all too prevalent, but it is the members of the community that come forward to help the Police bring justice in these matters that makes the community safer.

“The Serious Crime Unit that investigated this matter relies on the media and the public to keep the light shining on the scourge of gun violence, no matter how often it occurs.

“We must remember the untold damage that gun violence has done to our community – and verdicts such as this remind us all that persons who resort to violence will be held accountable.

“We would like to extend our thank to the victim & his family who had the courage to come forward, members of the public who came forward , the excellent prosecutors at the Office of the DPP, the detectives in the Serious Crime Unit, and our Forensic Support team who worked tirelessly to obtain justice in this matter.

“If you know something about a gun crime and have information that can bring the perpetrators to justice, you can speak confidentially with our detectives in the Serious Crime Unit on 295-0011, or call the confidential Crim Stoppers hotline on 800-TIPS [8477].”

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