Springlands driver arrested over 2016 fatal accident
A man was yesterday arrested in the Springlands, Upper Corentyne Area in member of the Mac Ballers gang, was released on parole July 28 in a robbery and attempted robbery in May 2019 for which he was sentenced to threeand-a-half years, police sources said. Kenner, who also has a past robbery arrest, was free without bail as he awaited sentencing for a 2019 assault in a correction facility arrest, the sources added.
The men were charged with murder, robbery, tampering with physical evidence and weapon possession in Cunje’s killing. They are awaiting arraignment in the Queens connection with an accident which happened in August, 2016 and resulted in the
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In a subsequent news report, a brother Jai Cunje said “They deserve it,” after the suspects were apprehended.
“They deserve to suffer the way we did as a family. They shouldn’t be allowed to be on the streets ever,” the grieving brother said.
“He was literally the sweetest kid,” said another sibling Adrian Cunje. “He was a softie, wouldn’t raise his hands to fight anyone. He was probably scared, frozen with fear,” he added.
Many relatives from Guyana and Canada are currently visiting New York as the family was
preparing for a Christmas reunion after they were unable to meet due to the pandemic.
“He was really looking forward to spending time with family,” Adrian lamented adding “But that went out the window when he didn’t come home.” death of an occupant of his car.
According to the Guyana Police Force, the driver, Delon Moore, 27, of Lot 79 Corriverton was driving motor car PTT 9233 along the Chester, West Coast Berbice Public Road when Adrian Gomez, 32, of Adventure, Corentyne, died as a result of an accident.
The police noted, that “The said driver has evaded the police since.”
However, Moore was arrested at the Springlands Police Station yesterday after which he was transported to the Fort Wellington Police Station pending the