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Male teens slapped with gun charges after student shot at National Stadium @one876 @bounce876

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A trip to the National Stadium by five teenagers ended in one of them being shot, and criminal gun charges being laid against two of them recently. Two teenaged boys, Dashawn McKenzie, 15 years old and Omar Pryce, 19, had their case transferred to the High Court Division of the Gun Court when they appeared before RM A. Nembhard on April 10, 2015.

Both are charged for illegal possession of firearm, illegal possession of ammunition and shooting with intent.

Allegations are that both accused and three female students went to the stadium. One of the females is the girlfriend of Pryce. Pryce placed a gun in her school bag and she entered the stadium. Upon reaching the stands, the bag was given to Mckenzie who was playing around with it. A few seconds, after an explosion was heard and smoke seen coming from the bag. A student was shot in the abdomen.

Both accused fled the scene and McKenzie who was caught first, admitted that it was his hand that caught the trigger. However when Pryce was arrested and charged he told the officer that it was McKenzie who shot the girl but he owned the gun.

They will appear in the Gun Court on April 17, 2015 and were both remanded into custody. 

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