Why was Rozario Palacious murdered inside the Strip Club on Elizabeth Ave. and why was it necessary to conceal the murder inside?
Nassau, Bahamas – Owners of a strip club, 38-year-old Craig Wells and 34-year-old Carlos Wells, who own Crazy Moon Club on Elizabeth Ave. are believed to try perverting the course of justice.
Both men entered not guilty pleas to four separate charges before Magistrate Andrew Forbes. The brothers were charged with perverting the course of justice, keeping a brothel, opening beyond business license requirements and not having a business license in a conspicuous place.
Meanwhile police also charged Ice Davis, 23, of Churchill Avenue, Chippingham, and Anfernee Jenoure, 20, of Sir Lynden Pindling Estates with murder and accessory after the fact to murder, respectively.
It is alleged that subsequent to Davis murdering Palacious, Jenoure, knowing that Davis committed the offence, helped him avoid the due process of the law.
Neither Davis nor Jenoure were required to enter a plea for their respective charges. They were both remanded to the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services (BDCS).
All matters were adjourned to July 29 at 10am for the presentation of a voluntary bill of indictment (VBI).
On Sunday shortly before 7am police found the body Palacious lying in the parking lot near a nightclub on Elizabeth Avenue.
Police first reported that officers found a man who had apparent stab wounds, however, later the victim’s injuries appeared to be more consistent with gunshot wounds. Upon closer investigations it was discovered that evidence proved the body was removed from its original location [inside the club].
But get this; BP has learnt police discovered the phone of Palacious inside the home of the one of the men who was a security guard at the club. Well WAIT!
This matter appears to be before the people. Palacious’ death pushed the homicide count 61 for the year…
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