Cop and men charged with St Thomas cabbie's murder facing additional charge
The police constable and two other men charged with killing a St Thomas man outside the Grants Pen Primary and Infant School last month are facing an additional charge.
The St Thomas Police say Constable Bradan Logan and his co-accused Knowayne Ennis and Shamalo Panton have been charged with participating in a criminal organisation under the so-called anti-gang legislation.
The men are already facing charges of murder and illegal possession of firearm arising from the shooting death of 33-year-old Carl Armstrong on April 4.
According to the police, Armstrong was shot in the head outside the Grant Pen Primary and Infant School moments after he dropped off several students.
The three men are scheduled to return to court on June 8.