Wife Suspected Of Murder Is Granted Bail


Tribune Staff Reporter


A THIRD bail application appearance in Supreme Court proved successful for a woman accused of conspiring to kill her banker husband.

Renee Sherman, 43, of Yamacraw Shores was granted a $20,000 bond by Justice Roy Jones yesterday ahead of her trial. She has yet to be arraigned in the Supreme Court.

She was required to provide sureties and surrender her travel documents.

When Sherman previously appeared in court, on May 15 and July 25, her bail hearing was adjourned.

In May, Justice Jones was not able to deal with the matter at the time, and in July Sherman’s attorney Murrio Ducille was off the island.
Yesterday, all parties were present.

The widow is charged along with 33-year-old Jermaine Russell of Pinewood Gardens with conspiring to commit murder.

She is also charged with aiding and abetting the murder of Stephen Sherman.
Stephen Sherman, an assistant manager at the Royal Bank of Canada in Palmdale, was shot in the head when he pulled up to his Yamacraw Shores home on the evening of February 17.

He was robbed of his cell phone before being shot.


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