12 01 20

first_imgThe prosecution has requested more time to submit a psychiatric report on Orwain Sandy, the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) rank, who allegedly murdered his lover, Reona Payne, by shooting her some 14 times about her body at Alexander Village, Georgetown.Sandy reappeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on Tuesday where he calmly stood before City Magistrate Judy Latchman. The court was told that Sandy met with head of the Mental Health Unit of the Public Health Ministry, Dr Bhiro Harry to be mentally evaluated.Ex-GDF Captain Orwain SandyHowever, the report is yet to be submitted to the prosecution, who requested additional time. Police Prosecutor Shawn Gonsalves also revealed that they are still several outstanding statements in the matter.As such, Magistrate Latchman adjourned the matter for May 2, when the psychiatric report is expected to be presented to the court.Family members of Sandy filled the courtroom to show support for the accused killer.Outside of the courtroom, friends, and family members along with Payne’s three children were seen sporting T-shirts with her picture calling for justice for the dead woman.A tearful Sandy made his first appearance in court on April 6 where he was remanded to prison.Murdered: Reona PayneThe charge against him alleged that on March 31, 2018, while in the vicinity of First Street, Alexander Village, Georgetown, he murdered Payne.Guyana Times previously reported that the couple was in their car proceeding along First Street, Alexander Village, when a heated argument reportedly ensued.As such, Payne reportedly exited the vehicle after which Sandy followed, carrying a loaded firearm, his service pistol.He then shot the woman once, resulting in her dropping to the ground. However, this online publication was told that Sandy proceeded to stand over her, and emptied the entire magazine on the woman.The captain then fled the scene and turned himself over at the Ruimveldt Police Station, where he reported the matter.The Police were also summoned by residents who heard the gunshots.When this publication visited the scene, the woman’s lifeless body was seen on the road along with several spent shells which were recovered by the Police.Meanwhile, at the Ruimveldt Police Station, Sandy was taken into custody as he was questioned as to what led to the brutal murder.The GDF has since released a statement confirming the shooting and outlined that the captain ‘was immediately interdicted from his duties.’Payne and Sandy reportedly dated but later married separate people. However, a few years after they left their respective spouses and rekindled their relationship.The dead woman reportedly told relatives and friends along with a co-worker that she was being physically abused by Sandy. She even sent photos which purportedly showed marks of violence on her body to a family member to attest to this.last_img read more

11 01 20

first_imgThe Fort St. John page will be live as of tonight. The actual “opening of the chapter” happens at around 6:00 pm. When asked if police ever get involved, Snydmiller says that he has tried but they haven’t really done anything to assist.“I’ve tried, but they haven’t really done anything for me. So I just stopped. I had a really, really bad case where we had a guy talking to multiple decoys all over Canada and he was saying some really gross things, and being almost violent towards the decoy. So, 3 weeks before he was supposed to come to Grande Prairie, I brought all these chat logs and everything to the police and I said ‘hey, I won’t even do the video if you guys bust this guy, I’ll let you guys deal with it’.3 weeks later, I didn’t get a phone call. The guy showed up to town, and we busted him.”Snydmiller says the man actually admitted to another crime, and ended up turning himself into police after they busted him.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Dallas Snydmiller, who is the president of Creep Catchers in Grande Prairie, says Creep Catchers will be going live in Fort St. John in the next 24 hours.The original Creep Catchers started in Calgary, by a man named Dawson Raymond around a year ago. Snydmiller says that people were getting sick of hearing the stories about how people would be busted and then basically let go. He says nobody was facing charges so Raymond started up the Calgary chapter and it exploded from there.Snydmiller started the Grande Prairie organization. He says he’s been doing recruiting. He also used to work in Fort St. John himself.“I used to work in that area of BC a lot in the oil fields in Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, Chetwynd area. There’s a lot of traffic around there, so I looked to one of the guys on my team who works up there fairly often and I said ‘hey, I’d like you to start fishing up there and see if you can catch some guys and lets start helping out Fort St. John area and Dawson Creek too’.”- Advertisement -For those who aren’t familiar with how the Creep Catchers operate, they set up decoy accounts that look like younger girls. Snydmiller says that they don’t message anybody first, they wait for people to message them.“It is a lot like fishing. You throw out your bait, and wait. In this case, we’ll get messages. From there, we start talking to them. We tell them that we’re 13, 14, or 15 and in some cases, I’ve seen as low as 11. At that point, they can either stop talking to the decoy or they can keep talking to the decoy. When they continue talking to the decoy, the guys usually ask for a meet and then will go and meet them and from there they end up on Facebook or YouTube or whatever social media platform you see them on.”Advertisementlast_img read more