* Photo by Kageaki Smith. Accused: Suspected gunman Quincy Brangman is accused of attempting to kill Nathan Darrell. He has been remanded in custody until March 2.
* Photo by Kageaki Smith. Accused: Suspected gunman Quincy Brangman is accused of attempting to kill Nathan Darrell. He has been remanded in custody until March 2.
A suspected gunman accused of trying to kill Nathan Darrell has appeared at court.

Quincy Brangman is said to have fired three shots at Mr. Darrell as he sat in a car.

The 31-year-old arrived at Magistrates' Court yesterday morning in handcuffs escorted by two police officers.

He was charged with the attempted murder of Mr. Darrell and using a firearm to commit an indictable offence.

Mr. Brangman is alleged to have shot at Mr. Darrell once through the driver's side window of a car in Kitchener Close, Sandys, at 2:15am on February 13. And he is accused of firing a further two shots as the 23-year-old tried to escape.

During the brief hearing Mr. Brangman of Sandys told the court he had nothing to say.

When he was asked if he wanted legal representation he replied: "No. I am cool. I don't need a lawyer."

He remained standing as the two charges were read out to him. Both charges carry a maximum sentence of 20 years imprisonment.

Wearing brown baggy trousers and a grey hoody Mr. Brangman said: "I have got nothing to say," when he was asked if he wanted to add anything by senior magistrate Archibald Warner.

Mr. Darrell was initially treated in intensive care at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital. He has since been moved on to a general ward where he is in a stable condition.

Mr. Brangman was remanded in custody until March 2 when he will re-appear at Magistrates' Court.

He was led away from the court in handcuffs by two policemen.