Several months after 72-year-old Jerry Rambeer met his demise reportedly via a beating with a rolling pin, the Preliminary Inquiry (PI) into his unnatural death is still before the courts.Guyana Times understands that the case is set to continue at the Wales Magistrate’s Court on March 7, 2019.The accused youth, Joseph Rameshwar, of Belle Vue, West Bank Demerara (WBD), is on trial for allegedly murdering the elderly man with a rolling pin between July 1 and 3, 2018.Testimony was scheduled to continue earlier this month, but the matter saw an adjournment. Police claimed that the teen confessed to the elderly man’s savage beating at Back Street, Good Intent, WBD. Originally, Rameshwar’s father was implicated, but Police had only instituted charges against the son based on the advice of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).Rambeer, of Sisters Village, WBD, was found lying in an unconscious state on July 1, 2018, and took his last breath on July 3 when he was receiving medical attention at the Georgetown Public Hospital. It was two days after the beating that Rameshwar was arrested and reportedly confessed to hitting Rambeer to the head with the rolling pin during an argument.Reports were that on July 1, 2018, the pensioner attended a wedding at La Retraite, WBD, with several of his friends. Sometime later that night, the man was reportedly found lying in a pool of blood in an area known as “Gaza Street”.The now deceased father of three reportedly suffered severe internal injuries, a punctured intestine, and broken ribs.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Fort St. John RCMP received a call yesterday at around 5:30 p.m. that a man had walked into the hospital with multiple stab wounds.With information the police were given, officers attended a house at the 8900 block of 87th Ave to prepare to obtain a search warrant. When police arrived a 45 year-old man was arrested outside of the residence and taken into custody.Officers then proceeded to another house in the 8200 block of 87th Street where a second suspect was also arrested. While police were at the residence, they saw a car with two more suspects inside. A vehicle stop was conducted on 87th Street north of 87th Ave and then two 24 year old men were arrested by police.- Advertisement -1 suspect was released without going through the court process. The 3 others do remain in custody and 2 are being held for investigation. The 3rd will appear in Provincial Court later today.The victim has received treatment at the hospital for serious but non-life threatening injuries and is currently in stable condition.
Cllr Gary DohertySinn Féin Councillor Gary Doherty has said that the number of vacant council housing units in Donegal provides further evidence that the housing crisis has reached emergency levels in the county.Cllr Doherty was responding to reports that there are now 159 vacant council units in Donegal while there are almost 3,000 people on housing waiting lists.He said: “The buck for the housing crisis stops with this government. The situation is at emergency levels. There are now 159 vacant council units Donegal and this shows that Fine Gael and the Labour Party are not taking this crisis seriously. “Donegal County Council needs funding from central government to get these units back into circulation. We have 2,800 people languishing on waiting lists in this county. Many families would be gladly take one of these units. It is now likely that these units will remain idle throughout the winter months. This is unacceptable.“The approach of this government has been to stick its head in the sand and even deny the scale of the crisis even when we can all see the enormity of the housing & homelessness on our streets and in our communities.“In addition, we have seen the the funding for the refurbishment of our housing stock reduced by almost €1.8 million from 2014 levels. That is completely unacceptable. This Government needs to step up to the plate to alleviate this crisis that is gripping the country.” COUNCIL NEEDS CASH FOR 159 VACANT HOUSES IN COUNTY – DOHERTY was last modified: September 28th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)