THURSDAY, JULY 1: A suspected gunman has denied trying to murder a teenager at the Royal Artillery Association Club in St. George’s.

Dwayne Signor pleaded not guilty to raft of charges in connection with the shooting at Supreme Court Arraignments today.

Mr. Signor denied firing a loaded gun at Shawn Williams, 18, when a fight broke out in the club on April 4.

The 28-year-old also pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and charges of possessing a firearm and ammunition.

Meanwhile, Khyri Smith-Williams denied two charges in connection with the same shooting in the RAA Club.

The 19-year-old pleaded not guilty to carrying a prohibited weapon and going armed in public to cause terror.

Mr. Smith-Williams of Sandys and Mr. Signor of St. George’s were both remanded in custody.

Both men will go on trial at the Supreme Court on August 16.

Gordon allegedly shot at police

Omari Gordon also appeared at Arraignments yesterday.

The 26-year-old denied opening fire at three police officers as they chased him through Pembroke on November 29, 2008.

Mr. Gordon pleaded not guilty to two charges of unlawfully discharging a firearm and using a firearm with intent to resist arrest.

He was arrested on January 7 this year – more than a year after the alleged shooting incident.

Armed officers detained him at an address in Sandys.

Mr. Gordon was remanded in custody and will stand trial at Supreme Court on October 11.

Trials dates set for alleged shooters

Trial dates were also set for alleged shooter Quincy Brangman, and Jermaine Pearman, who is accused of murdering his estranged girlfriend.

Mr. Brangman is accused of trying to kill Nathan Darrel by firing three shots at him in Kitchener Close, Sandys, in the early hours of February 13, 2010.

Mr. Brangman had previously denied charges of attempted murder and using a firearm.

He was remanded in custody and will go on trial on September 7.

Mr. Pearman is accused of killing Shakeya DeRoza on July 10, last year.

The 36-year-old denies charges of premeditated murder and possessing a bladed article.

He was remanded in custody and will stand trial at Supreme Court on September 7.

Dates set for drug, wounding and robbery trials

Also appearing at Arraignments were:

• Lincoln Christopher – the 40-year-old of St. George’s denied importing cannabis and possessing the drug with intent to supply. He was released on bail and will go on trial on August 13.

• Garrina Cann and Trimiea Roland – the two women denied wounding Brittany Symonds with intent on February 2, 2010. Ms. Cann, 21, of Pembroke and Ms. Roland, 22, of St. David’s will stand trial on August 9.

• David Jahwell Cox – the 30-year-old of Smiths denied charges of robbery and using threatening words. He was remanded in custody and will go on trial at the Supreme Court on July 12.