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UPDATE: MoBay cops on murder charge get bail

Published:Wednesday | November 27, 2013 | 1:54 PM

Janet Silvera, Senior Gleaner Writer



The two MoBay police constables charged with the murder of a St James man have been granted bail.




Constables Andrew Hudson and Victor Mitchell were each offered bail in the sum of $500,000 when they appeared in the St James Resident Magistrate's court this afternoon.



A stop order was also issued to prevent the men from leaving the country, and they were instructed to report to the police three times a week.



The cops have also been told to stay away from Lilliput where the alleged murder took place.



The cops were charged by the Independent Commission of Investigations for the April 2013 murder of Barrington McAnuff in Lilliput, St James.



It is reported that the policemen had failed to identify themselves at the time of the killing.



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