Two brothers, on bail after murder charge, are detained by police after vehicle search uncovers cash and license plates

Two brothers who were accused and charged with murder reportedly were detained by the Police earlier this week, after they were found with a sum of currency, among other items, in a vehicle on All Saints Road.

As a result of information received, officers reportedly went on duty in All Saints on April 25.  They later spotted a white Honda vehicle that was being driven by a Bethesda man, along with his brother of the same address, and a female resident of Grays Farm.

The vehicle reportedly was stopped and searched on All Saints Road, and a quantity of Eastern Caribbean currency and other items – including a receipt and a pair of registration plates – were found and seized for investigation purposes.

The vehicle was processed and subsequently taken to Police Headquarters, while the occupants were taken to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) to be questioned.

The brothers have faced previous charges of robbery; possession of a gun and ammunition; and illegal drugs.  

Along with a cousin, they also had been on remand at His Majesty’s Prison on a murder charge.  However, it is believed that they obtained bail through an application before a High Court judge.

Meanwhile, as a result of the stop and search of the vehicle, a search warrant was executed at the home of the female passenger that same day, at about 2 p.m., but nothing of interest was found.

However, that evening, the officers went on duty at Five Islands, and a search warrant was executed on another property of the Grays Farm woman, and there a quantity of marijuana was found.

She was returned to the station for investigation purposes.