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Murder Trial Jury Is Excused For Discussions

By LAMECH JOHNSON

Tribune Staff Reporter

ljohnson@tribunemedia.net

A JURY sworn to hear evidence in a murder trial has been excused for several days while prosecution and lawyers for the accused hold legal discussions with the presiding judge.

Justice Milton Evans ordered the 12-member jury to return to the Supreme Court on Monday, May 30, as the discussions concerning the case of 24-year-old Dyon Henry will last for the rest of the week.

Henry, alias “Studda”, faces one charge of murder, which he denies.

He is alleged to have intentionally caused the death of Robert McIntosh on August 31, 2013.

McIntosh was shot and killed in Freeman’s Subdivision as he was walking home.

The Tribune understands that he was a witness to a murder.

Henry has been in custody since his arraignment in Magistrates Court in January 2014.

Terrel Butler represents him. Koschina Marshall is prosecuting the case.

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