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David Turnbull robbery case discontinued

David Turnbull yesterday May 26, 2014 walked out of the court a free man when the case of robbery against him was dropped. Photo: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - David Turnbull, who was implicated in the robbery of another who was relieved of an undisclosed amount of cash, had the case against him dropped yesterday May 26, 2014 before the High Court.

When Turnbull appeared before Justice Vicki Ann Ellis in the High Court of the Virgin Islands yesterday he was told that he was free to go.

Following his being implicated for the alleged crime, Turnbull had been placed on $50,000 bail signed with a surety which was granted by Justice Nicole Byer after his attorney made an application before the High Court.

As part of his bail conditions, he was at that time ordered to keep the peace and stay out of trouble.

Senior Crown Counsel Valston Graham told the court that it was during an interview with the virtual complainant by the RVIPF he stated that he no longer wished to go forward with the case against Turnbull.

Graham told the court that the crown examined all the necessary circumstances as it related to the matter and had decided that they were not going to proceed with the case.

Turnbull walked out the courtroom all smiles.

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