The Daily Herald writes that the wo suspects, who allegedly were involved in attempted manslaughter on Saba in the early morning of January 31, were transported Friday to Bonaire, where they are to continue their pre-trial detention.
Saba residents L.E.H. (30) and M.A.G.H. (20) are both suspected of involvement in a public act of violence on Paris Hill Road, during which a 25-year-old man from Saba was seriously injured. The police was alerted and arrested these two suspects for public violence, assault with a weapon and attempted murder or manslaughter.
Both suspects were transferred to the police station in The Bottom and taken into custody. The victim was hospitalized and treated for various injuries. Later that day, the police arrested a third suspect in the case on the order of the Prosecutor. It concerned a 25-year old suspect from St. Maarten with initials M.M.G.L.
The Chief of Police, local police officers, detectives and members of the Royal Dutch Marechaussee were present when the two suspects arrived on St. Eustatius from Saba. The two were taken to Statia by the harbour vessel, which docked at Charles A. Woodley pier early Friday morning. They were taken to F.D. Roosevelt Airport and flown to Bonaire shortly thereafter.
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