Murder-accused granted bail
By STAFF WRITER
Guardian News Desk
A judge on Thursday approved the release on bail of a man charged with murder.
Police have charged 20-year-old Janaldo Farrington with the December 28, 2009 murder of Terron Albury.
Albury, 21, of Gregory Town, Eleuthera was reportedly stabbed in the neck while he attempted to break up a fight between two men at a night club in Gregory Town. Albury was taken to a local clinic where he died as a result of his injury. His murder marked the third on that island for the year and the country’s 87th for 2009.
Senior Justice Jon Isaacs set Farrington’s bail at$30,00. Attorney Murrio Ducille represented Farrington, who was freed on bail for the October 24, 2008 murder of Jebrone Percentie just weeks before police allege that he fatally stabbed Terron Albury on December 28.
At age 17, Farrington was charged with the July 2007 shooting death of Mardio Hall at the Queen Elizabeth Sports Center. However, the case was dismissed due to a lack of evidence.
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