It was today determined that Garvin Andrew, also known as Pan of Conway, has had sufficient evidence brought against him to stand trial for the July 2012 homicide of 27-year-old Levi Wilson of Mon Repos and the wounding of another man.
The incident took place on Carnival Tuesday near the junction of Chisel and St Louis streets in Castries.
It was reported that the deceased was an innocent bystander who was caught in a crossfire and that the survivor of the attack, who is a resident of Wilton’s Yard (Graveyard), was the intended target. He is now the prosecution’s star witness.
Andrew will return to court on May 24, 2013 for a report on his indictment.