Man charged for road death of Zuri Holder granted bail

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The Willikies man charged for causing Zuri Holder’s death by dangerous driving was granted $10,000 bail on Friday.

 

Police said that 29-year-old Glen Greene was driving the black Toyota Allex car that collided with another vehicle then slammed into a utility pole on January 2.

 

The crash occurred around 11:00 pm on Factory Road just outside XPZ International Trading Ltd Supermarket.

 

Holder, who was a passenger in the car, sustained severe injuries and was treated at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Mount St. John’s Medical Centre.

 

The 21-year-old patient died two days later.

 

Greene was ordered to pay $5000 cash and provide two sureties to secure his release.

 

He also has to surrender his travel documents and report to the Willikies Police Station three times weekly.

 

He will make his next court appearance in April.

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  1. My guess is that this young man is not “well connected & protected” like the driver who took the life of
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