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The Police have instituted charges against two males who have confessed to beating to death Kumar Persaud at Bartica, Region Seven, after he refused to remove from a location where they were performing a “threesome” with a female.‘F’ Division Commander Rabindranauth Budhram told Guyana Times that the men will be arraigned in court on Tuesday, since Monday is a public holiday. The men allegedly confessed to the crime after they were arrested on Monday afternoon.They were identified by another person who was also looking at the act from another angle. Based on reports received, the eyewitness told detectives that upon realizing that Persaud was staring at them, the suspects asked him to desist, but he continued.Dead: Kumar PersaudThe two young men reportedly became angry and confronted Persaud, and dealt him several blows to the body with pieces of wood that they had collected. After he fell to the ground, they allegedly continued their assault by kicking him to his head and other parts of his body.The man was left unconscious, and after some time had elapsed, the Police found him lying in a pool of blood. He was taken to the Bartica Hospital, where he later succumbed. The two men who were engaged in the act will be charged for the capital offence of murder.Only recently, 40-year-old Orland LaCruz of Pomeroon River was shot to death after he allegedly refused to perform fellatio (oral sex) on one of his two drinking buddies at Jack and Vieira Backdam, North West District.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita“Nothing happened today,” Carroll said, as no formal announcements came from any USC underclassmen. Sources said tailback Reggie Bush selected Joel Segal as his agent, but Carroll denied Bush picked an agent. Segal represents Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick. Carroll and Bush met with four agents while Bush met with three others separately. Bush will formally announce he is going pro by the end of the week. Offensive tackle Winston Justice reiterated Tuesday that he would go pro but will not make a formal announcement until the end of the week. The deadline to declare for the draft is Sunday. “I already made my decision, but I’ll announce it around Sunday or sometime before (the deadline),” Justice said. “I think I’m making an informed decision. I feel at ease. Everybody’s on board.” Ominously for USC, White made no effort to meet with Trojans coach Pete Carroll, who turns his famous recruiting skills on his underclassmen this week to get them to remain in school. White is the only underclassman who has not met with Carroll this week and also missed the first two days of spring-semester classes. Neither White nor Parker could be reached for comment. LOS ANGELES – USC tailback LenDale White selected an agent Tuesday, another step toward declaring himself for the NFL draft, according to sources. White, who was not in Los Angeles, still has not formally announced he is going pro. But sources said he selected agent Eugene Parker, who represents Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, New York Jets tailback Curtis Martin and former Dallas Cowboys tailback Emmitt Smith. Justice met with Carroll and athletic director Mike Garrett on Tuesday. “They’re pretty calm,” he said. “There’s no screaming or yelling.” Asked if he would change his mind before the deadline, Justice said, “no.” Carroll also met with safety Darnell Bing, who remains up in the air about his decision. Sources said Bing is trying to get a clear answer about his draft status. The NFL informed Bing he would be considered a second-to-third round draft pick, but Bing would like assurances he could work his way into the first round. Freshman defensive tackle Walker Lee Ashley was officially cleared by the NCAA and USC on Tuesday, making him eligible to compete in spring practice. Tailback Michael Coleman will undergo hip surgery today. His status for spring practice is uncertain. email@example.com (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!