Six people, among them a woman, have been charged with the murders of Kenny Wolfe and James Fergusson which occurred on July 21, 2020 in Tobago.

A seventh man was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle, a firearm, and ammunition.

The seven, who ranged in ages 21 years to 34 years, were charged last Friday following advice from the Director of Public Prosecutions, Roger Gaspard SC.

They are:

• Jason Caesar, aka “Poi” on two counts of murder and possession of firearm and possession of ammunition.

• Anderson Belgrave, aka “Skull”, two counts of murder

• Treston Reno, aka “Yankee”, two counts of murder, possession of firearm and possession of ammunition

• Denzil Turpin, two counts of murder.

• Nicholas Cowan, aka “Bulls”, two counts of murder.

• Gilisa Bonas, two counts of murder and possession of marijuana.

• Kervis Taylor-Alleyne, aka “Shotter”, was charged for possession of a stolen motor vehicle, possession of firearm and possession of ammunition.

Wolfe, 35, an electrician, who lived in Golden Lane, and Fergusson, 23, unemployed, who lived at Bacolet, were driving in a vehicle along St Cecelia Road, Tobago, when another vehicle, driving in the opposite direction and bearing false number plate collided with their vehicle.

Two men exited the vehicle and fired shots at Wolfe and Fergusson following which they escaped in an AQUA vehicle.

The police were contacted and upon their arrival they found Wolfe and Fergusson down a precipice off St Cecelia Road, Concordia, Tobago. They were already dead.

The seven accused appeared before Magistrate Joanne Connor in the Scarborough Magistrates’ Virtual First Court on Monday and the matters were adjourned to September 1.