Four suspects interrogated – Omar Jones confidante Andrew Davis stabbed

POSTED: 02/19/13 12:38 PM

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Gang leader Omar Jones is led into the courthouse in this June 6, 2012 file photo. Photo Today / Milton Pieters.

St. Maarten – Four suspects have been detained and interrogated about their involvement in a stabbing at the House of Detention in Simpson Bay, Chief Prosecutor Hans Mos confirmed yesterday. The victim, Andrew Davis, was stabbed multiple times. His condition was described as stable by the prosecutor.

Davis, 31, is serving a 6-year prison sentence for firearm possession, membership of a criminal organization and participating in preparations for the murder attempt on Omax Bye and Kennedy Fergus on April 20, 2011.

The court considers Davis a member of a criminal organization led by Omar Jones, who is currently serving a life sentence for multiple murders committed to avenge the murder on his brother Amador on April 16, 2011. Jones’ hit man Carlos Richardson is also serving a life sentence.

During the Vesuvius-trial last year, Davis claimed to be the confidante of Jones and that weapons found in his yard had been placed there by the gang leader. Statements Davis made to investigators resulted in the end in the life sentences for Jones and Richardson. Jones vehemently denied Davis’ claims in court.

At the conclusion of the trail on October 26 of last year he had this to say about Davis: “I never placed guns in anyone’s yard. Andrew Davis is a vicious and coldblooded liar. He cannot even tell you in which country I got married or what my nickname is. And he was my confidante and he advised me? I have an HBO-education; I studied business management and mathematics. He has no education at all, and I never wished harm to anybody.”

The prosecutor’s office did not give any details about the suspects that have been heard in the stabbing.

 

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