Police captures man accused of murdering banker
Nassau, Bahamas — Bahamas Press is following major development on Bank Lane happening now.
We can tell you two brothers, one a Defence Force officer, will be arraigned in a magistrate’s court for murder.
BP can tell you Ramon and Rashad Nottage – 24 and 21-year-old brothers and sons of a retired police officer – will be arraigned shortly for the murder of a young man who was left to die in the trunk of a vehicle on Milo Butler Highway last week.
BP agents down in Bank Lane are now reading the charges.
According to a police report, both men are alleged to have conspired together in killing the victim and leaving his body in the trunk. Police got a call last week Wednesday shortly after 10pm confirming that a car had been parked near the bushes on the highway.
As the investigation opened, police found the lifeless body of a victim inside, shot to the upper body.
Now, what makes this case interesting is this: no one knows how the Defence Force officer got the weapon, but some suggest the weapon used is believed to be one owned by the Force.
Documents also shown to us reveal that both man allegedly committed the plot following an argument over rims.
The are expected to be charged shortly after 12 pm today.
Meanwhile, Bahamas Press can report police have wrapped up the murder of Stephen Sherman, the RBC employee who was gunned down outside his home on Friday night.
Stephen Sherman, a police report concludes, was a victim of an armed robbery.