Man on bail for murder of Jahkeil Armbrister jailed after breaching curfew four times


Tribune Staff Reporter

A MAN on bail for murder was imprisoned after he was accused of breaching his curfew four times.

Assistant Chief Magistrate Subusola Swain charged Ricardo Stubbs, 29, with four counts of violating bail conditions.

Stubbs was on bail on a murder charge. He and two accomplices were accused of shooting and killing Jahkeil Armbrister during a home invasion in Flamingo Gardens on January 23, 2020.

Stubbs allegedly failed to obey his court-ordered residential curfew four times between April 9 and May 24.

Following the defendant’s not-guilty plea, prosecutor Sergeant Deon Barr urged that he be denied bail due to the nature of the charges against him.

Stubbs will be remanded to the Bahamas Department of Correctional Services until his trial on November 28.

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