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ANOTHER MAN has been arrested and charged in connection with the shooting of Canadian visitor Jonathan Hubble.
Fabian Randolph Ricardo Cooke, 35, of Colleton, St John, has been charged with serious bodily harm and unlawful use of a firearm in the March 12 shooting at Bath, St John.
He has also been charged with two counts of aggravated burglary at Hubble’s residence that same night, as well as an incident at the home of Steven Neuendorff of Glenburnie, St John, on March 3.
He is scheduled to appear in the District C Magistrates Court today.
Meanwhile, the others allegedly involved were remanded when they appeared in court on Monday.
Among them are Damian Omar Brathwaite, 31, of Kendall Land, St John, Kyle Donniko Gill, 21, of Near Danesbury, Black Rock, St Michael and a 15-year-old juvenile who have been charged with serious bodily harm and unlawful use of a firearm.
The trio was also charged jointly with Rick Jabari Clarke, 24, of Phillips Road, St Stephens Hill, Black Rock, St Michael for the offence of aggravated burglary.
Clarke, Brathwaite and Gill were also charged along with Shevon Jamario Pitt, 23, of Kendall Land, St John with aggravated burglary at Neuendorff’s home in Glenburnie.

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