UPDATE: A second man, age 26, of Bodden Town, who was arrested on Wednesday, 10 May, has now been formally charged with murder and wounding with intent, following the incident that took place on the 5th May at the Carib Café on Shedden Road, where one man was fatally stabbed, and another sustained, what is believed to be serious and life-threatening wounds.
A third man, age 28, of George Town, was also arrested on suspicion of murder and wounding with intent, on Thursday, 11 May, in the West Bay Districted. He is currently in custody pending further investigations.
(CMR) A 22-year-old man from Bodden Town was arrested on Friday, 5 May, and has been charged with Murder and Wounding with Intent in the stabbing death of Randy Kelsey Robinson (37). He has been identified as Shaun Antonio Jackson.
The matter was transferred to the Grand Court when he appeared in Summary Court on Tuesday, 9 May.
Robinson was reportedly stabbed to death outside the Caribe Night Lounge early Friday morning, 5 May. A second victim, who received serious injury, remains in hospital at this time and is believed to be in stable condition.
Detective Superintendent Lansdown said, “This investigation into the murder incident that took place at the Carib Café, in George Town at approximately 2 am on Friday, 5th May is still very much an active investigation and continues to be progressed. We are seeking the assistance of the public to identify and locate two other men who were involved in this incident and who remain outstanding at this time.”
“Specifically, we are aware that several persons were at the location at the time of the incident and may have either witnessed the incident itself or interaction amongst the person involved prior to the incident. Any bit of information that you may be able to offer is valuable to the investigation,” he added.
Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information is asked to contact George Town Criminal Investigations Department (CID) at 949-4222. Anonymous tips can be provided directly to the RCIPS via their Confidential Tip Line at 949-7777 or via their website.
A reward is given for tips that lead to an arrest and charge that are submitted anonymously via the Cayman Crime Stoppers website.