Eighteen-year-old Naomi Adams, called “Shortee”, who recently admitted to unlawfully killing overseas-based Professor Pariedeau Mars, also called “Perry”, in furtherance of a robbery, had her sentencing further postponed to July 16, 2019.The teen, who was represented by Attorney-at-Law Mark Conway on her first appearance, opted to plead guilty to a manslaughter charge which stated that on May 12, 2016 in the county of Demerara, she killed Mars, in the furtherance of a robbery.18-year-old Naomi Adams, called “Shortee”Moreover, the trial judge, Justice Navindra Singh had postponed the teen’s sentencing to Monday to accommodate a probation report; however, the sentencing was further postponed to July 16, 2019.Two other accomplices of Adams – Nikkisha Dover and Orin McCrae – are also expected to be sentenced after they too had opted to plead guilty to the lesser count of manslaughter.Five teens were originally slapped with a murder charge; however, three of the accused have taken guilty pleas with the other two expected to stand trial.According to Police reports, 75-year-old Mars, of Bissessar Avenue, Prashad Nagar, Greater Georgetown, was found bound and beaten in his home about 18:30h on the day in question by his wife. He was subsequently rushed to a hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.Professor Pariedeau MarsInvestigations revealed that an accused, who was 17 years old at the time was known to the now dead man as she would visit his home from time to time; it was further revealed that the said accused confessed to conspiring with her boyfriend to rob the elderly man as he was home alone that particular day.
FEATURES: Buncranas U16 boys narrowly deafeated by Muff in division 1U21 Championship:Buncrana 0-11St Eunanas 4-08.They say that goals win games, well this was maybe the case for our U21 team. Team manager Sean Clerkin had great hope for this squad, and after an impressive win over a strong Kilcar team in the last round he had a vision of great things to come. However this was not to be our day and in an age group that can be difficult to predict Buncrana bowed out of the championship. This team was a great combination of the last number of years of hard work at underage and also some of our minors coming through. We have seen some of these players feature in county squads at the highest level and proves the work coaches and players have put in over the last 10 – 12 years with them.U16 Football:U16 Div 1 Championship report: Old rivals Buncrana and Muff met in Muff. Unfortunately this was not our night with the result favouring the opposition. The lads have now to pick themselves up and go and win next week in Gweedore (no easy task).Final score Muff 1-9 Buncrana 0-10 U9 Football:U9 Boys travelled to Four Masters on Saturday for the Liam Brown Memorial Tournament. Topping their group with wins over Mac Chumhaill’s, St Mary’s Sligo and Naomh Conaill. They carried on to Cup Qtr final with a victory over Aodh Ruadh lead their way to the semi-final over hosts Four Masters what was a close and physical game pushed our boys on for a 2 point win. Progressing on to meet Ardara in the final, our boys gave everything they had but came up short in the end by 2 points. This is a newly formed U9 (2007 only) team and future’s bright for theses boysFixture: U9 and U11Friday night under the lights in The Scarvey Buncrana Gaa Club Og, where else would you want to be than the Donegal Animal Hospital U9 & U11 Finals, four games in all!6.45 pm Under 9A Final Buncrana V Glenswilly8.00 pm Under 11A Final Malin V GlenswillyU16 Boys Buncrana narrowly defeated by Muff was last modified: September 21st, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:buncranaGaelicU16U21U9