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November 10, 2012
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Guard accused of killing conductor remanded

Kevin Brissett, the man who has been slapped with murder after allegations surfaced that he kicked a conductor from a bus, was remanded when he appeared in the Corporate Area Resident magistrate's Court on Friday.

The 30-year-old security guard told the court that he is being represented by attorney-at-law Marcia Robinson, who was absent. He is to return to court on November 22.

Brissett is charged with the murder of Trevor Wright.

Allegations are that on October 17, Brissett was a passenger on a Coaster bus for which Wright was the conductor.

The bus was reportedly being driven on Spanish Town Road when both men reportedly got into a dispute about the non-payment of bus fare.

It is alleged that the accused kicked Wright from the bus.

Further reports are that Wright was crushed by another vehicle and died on the spot.

Brissett was later arrested.

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