Woman committed to stand trial in plot to murder witness
Only one of four people arrested and charged with a conspiracy to kill a witness last month will stand trial in the Supreme Court.
Caryn Moss was yesterday committed to stand trial in connection with a plot to kill Oneil Marshall, who was murdered on May 1.
Marshall was a prospective witness in the abetment to murder trial of Stephen “Die” Stubbs and Giovanni Roberts.
Moss will be arraigned in the Supreme Court next month.
Marshall had been placed in the witness protection program but he reportedly left the program. It is unclear if his murder was connected to his proposed testimony.
Marshall’s bullet-riddled body was found in a car in the parking lot of the abandoned building that once housed City Market on Market Street around 1 a.m.
Police had also charged Jamaric Green, Ian “Irie” Porter and Ramon “Razor’ Sweeting with the murder conspiracy, but prosecutors withdrew the charges against them last week.