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An American DNA expert yesterday testified in the retrial of Troyniko McNeil, who is accused of the 2007 murder of famed handbag designer Harl Taylor.
Kevin Noppinger - lab director at DNA Labs International in Deerfield, Florida - testified that DNA samples from Troyniko's clothing and hair sent to his lab by the Royal Bahamas Police Force in 2008 matched DNA taken from Taylor's home.
The greatest challenge with pediatric HIV patients is getting them to stick with their treatment plans, according to Dr. Percival McNeil, pediatrician and consultant at the Princess Margaret Hospital.
By ARTESIA DAVIS
Guardian Senior Reporter
The jury did not deliver a verdict in the retrial of Troyniko McNeil yesterday as expected. Senior Justice Jon Isaacs was supposed to turn the case over to the jury but could not because he was ill.
The jury is now expected to deliberate on Monday.
Prosecutors allege that McNeil, 24, the son of Taylor's former business partner Troy McNeil, stabbed the noted handbag designer up to 50 times at his apartment at Mountbatten House on West Hill Street between November 17 and 18 2007.
DNA analyst Kevin Noppinger said he found a mixture of Taylor's and McNeil's blood on the murder weapon, which was found on the scene. Noppinger ...
The entrance channel to the Port of Nassau will be restricted to a single-lane passage once dredging work resumes to widen the entrance, said Port Controller, Commander Patrick McNeil.
Widening the western entrance is the final exercise to be completed in the harbor improvement project.
The home going service of Maizier Kemp, 82 yrs., a resident of Summer Haven, South Beach & formerly of the Cove, Cat Island, will be held at Church of God of Prophecy, Blue Hill Road, opp. National Insurance, on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will be pastor Arthur Leroy Maycock. Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.
left to cherish her memories are (6) daughters, Mavis Douglas, Helena Hinds, Annamae Studivent, Georgeanna Munnings, Ruthmae Kemp, Evamae Rolle.
(1) son, Harry Kemp ,
(11) step-children, Angie, Joanne, Trecy, Val, Lisa, Urshala, Barry, Perry, Ralph, John, Justin and Stephanie Fraizer
(2) sisters, Shirley Strachan, and Doramae Seymour of Cat Island,
(30) grand children, Mellisa Dorsett of the Cove Cat Island, Chantell Holbert, Nassica and Idiemin Douglas, Rita, Mark, Link, Nickey, Simone, Deshean, of Freeport Grand Bahama, Vanessa Desir, Valencia Rolle, Valentino, Mellisa, James and David of Hollywood Florida , Charles and Brian Munnings, Mario, Latoya, Ghandi, Clayton, Keisha, Yorricker, Harry Jr., Akili and Matthew Kemp, Micheal, Shaquille and Kobe Rolle
(40) great grand children
(1) Daughter-in-law Marilyn Kemp
(2) Son-in-laws Calvin Studivent and Vernon Hinds
(4) sister-in-laws Doretha, Bethsheba, and Estell Seymour and Cleo Seymour of Hollywood Florida
(1) brother-in-law Dudley Mckenzie
(20) nieces , Ruby Barr of Hollywood Florida , Monique Payne of Tallahassee Florida ,Ruthmae Smith, Erin Strapp, Vandeline Mckenzie, Margarette Storr, Lavern Ellis of Durham North Carolina, Monique Seymour, Anishka Williams, Patrice Seymour, Michelle Seymour, Yvonne, Esthamae Stubbs, Pamela , Vincey, Estella, Anatilla and Dianne Seymour
(20) nephews, John Johnson. Ian and Alton Mckenzie, Kevin and Samuel Seymour, Carl and Ryas Seymour, Abby Seymour, Daniel Thurston, Wayde Smith, Sterling , Rafford, Nelson Seymour, Micheal Francis, Rafford Butch Seymour of Washington D.C. , Shawn Seymour of Baltimore Maryland, Dallas & Phillip Seymour of North Hollywood Florida
(2) God- Children - Elmetha Brooks and Ruthmae Smith
Numerous great grand nieces and nephews and cousins including: Rudell, Brisette, Louanna, Clarabell , Eloice , Stephanie, Rita, Rosey, Jeneice, Deweise, Norman, Silbert, and Garrett.
A host of other relatives and friends including: Karen, Carroll, Faye, Marlene, Gayleane, Sally of Cayman Islands, Eleanor Dorsette, Mispah, Prince Hepburn, Suzanne, Anna, Mabel, Estella, Brenda, Anthony, Walter, Carl and Samuel Mackey, Joans Family, Turnquest Family, Brennen Family, Basden Family, Humes Family, Darling Family, Knowles Family, Stachan Family, Fraizers Family, Steven's Family, Mcphee Family, Bastian Family, Raynell Family, Deveaux Family, Macket Family, Gibson family, Lawrence Family, Alexandria family, New oriental Family, Munnings Family, Fisher Family, Thompson Family, Davis Family, Stubbs Family, Lorenne Family, Burneice Family, Rodrequiz Family, Ward Family Robinson Family, Ace Dry Cleaners Family, Ambrister Family, Berry Family Carol Family, Nassau Palm Resort Family, Deon Holbert and Family, Letisha Clarke , Mcneil Family, Pastors, Officers and Members of South Beach Union Baptist Church, Staff of Female Medical 2 of P.M.H, Poiter Family, Elijah Rahming, Winston, Anthony and Hensley Brooks.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday from 9-12:00 noon & at the church from 1:00 p.m. until service time.
Funeral Service for the Late Randolph Milton St. Aubyn Hall, 72 years of Sandford Drive and formerly of Kingston, Jamaica, will be held on Friday December 2nd, 10:45 a.m. at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Boyd Road. Rev. Deacon Gregory Taylor and Fr. Dwight Bowe will officiate. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive.
He is survived by his daughters: Aubynette Rolle and Inger Johnson; Sister: Aileen Donaldson of Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Brother: Stanley Hall of Kingston, Jamaica; Sons in Law: Inspector Lloyd Rolle of the Royal Bahamas Police Force and John Johnson; Grandchildren: Lloyd St. Aubyn and LaShae Rolle and Johnathan Johnson; Uncle: Hilton Mauslby; Aunt: Josephine "Aunt Jo" Gallimore; Sisters in law: Jewel Bain, Joan Thurston, Betty Roberts, Nurse Lillian McNeil and Nurse Stephanie Small; Brothers in law: Retired Inspector Edison Bain Sr., Philip Roberts Sr., Dr. Percival McNeil, Shogi Small Sr., Franklyn and Arthur Johnson and Alan "Jackie" Evans; Nieces and nephews: Paula Philips, Ian and Kevin Donaldson, Jeffrey, Gail and Pierre Evans, Gary and Jennifer Hall, Edris Lundy, Andrea Beharie, Allison Bain, Edison Bain Jr., Phillip Roberts Jr., Sean Beneby, Sheena Rolle, Lisa Karageorgiou, Dr. Candice McNeil Wegmann, Philece Roberts, Dr. Robert McNeil, Dr. Brea Roberts, Kristina McNeil, Jermaine Johnson, Krystle Bamberski, Tisah Small, Christine Johnson, Shogi Jr. and Kristeff Small and Alayna Johnson; Godson: Ryan Carter; Other relatives and Friends: Sidney Philips, George Wegmann, Kaara Martinez McNeil, Clayton Beharie Sr., Corporal 1953 Elwood Lundy, Tawana Bain, Renaldo Karageorgiou, Brigette Johnson, Melody Moxey, Fr. Dwight and Nancy Bowe, Beverley Smith, Renee, Sharon, Jill, Desiree and Tonya, Albertha Roberts and family, Randy and Theresa Rodgers and family, Jeanette Broadus and family, Marie Rolle and family, Mildred McNeil and family, Wesley Munroe, Emerald Lundy, Clayton Beharie Jr., Jermaine and Gabrielle Johnson, Charity Bain, Antonia Bain, Edissa Bain, Janae and Janiece Rolle, Keithra Gibson, Yorgos, Yannis and Roberto Karageorgiou, Elwood Lundy Jr., Ryan Bamberski, Zoe Grace Wegmann, William Bostwick Godet and family, Dr. John Godet and Family, Eva Hilton. Maggie Moss, Rosemae Bain, Hannah Gray, Daphne Simons and family, George and Cynthia Johnson and family, Christina Knowles, Bryan and Natasha Clarke, Bridgette Sands and family, David Moss and family, the Knowles family, Mr. Ken Joseph and family, Daphne and Hele Thoma, Atwell Pintard and family, Ian Cambridge and family, Winston Carter and family, the staff of the Eye Ward and the Private Surgical Ward, Princess Margaret Hospital, Dr. Locksley Munroe and staff, Drs. Humes, Clarke, Serville and McDonald of the Surgical and Nephrology teams, Coralie Adderley, Jessica Cartwright, Giah Smith, Fercena Burrows, Philip Gray and family, Merlene Lewis, Carlos Malcolm, CIBC First Caribbean Bank and the Public Hospitals Authority family.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau Street on Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Friday from 9:45 a.m. until service time.
The mother of handbag designer Harl Taylor struggled to maintain her composure yesterday as she took to the stand for the retrial of the man accused of murdering her son.
Jurors heard testimony from several witnesses yesterday, including Mrs Beverly Taylor, the mother of the deceased.
Troyniko McNeil, the son of Mr Taylor's former business partner, is accused of murdering the 37-year-old handbag designer who was found dead in his bedroom at Mountbatten House, on West Hill Street, with multiple stab wounds on November 18, 2007.
Troyniko McNeil was acquitted Monday of the November 2007 murder of well-known handbag designer Harl Taylor.
The 37-year-old handbag designer was found dead in his bedroom at Mountbatten House, on West Hill Street, with multiple stab wounds on November 18, 2007. After some three hours of deliberation, the jury returned shortly before 8 o’clock last night with a not guilty verdict, 9-3, on the charge of murder.