The trial of 51-year-old Gavin Graham who is accused of the January 03, 2015, murders of his ex-lover Tabola Abrams, 39, her boyfried Shawn Whyte and her 68-year-old stepfather Clifford Sampson, is currently ongoing.

State Prosecutors Tuanna Hardy, Tiffini Lyken and Nafeeza Baig have presented three indictments for murder against Graham, who has entered pleas of not guilty.

The prosecutors are contending that Graham set fire to a house occupied by the three persons, and about 10 other individuals, including children which was located at 636 ‘C’ Field Sophia, Greater Georgetown.

It was reported that Graham became angry after the woman ended their six-year long relationship. In retaliation, it is alleged that he set fire to the dwelling house. Graham is being represented by lawyer Ravindra Mohabir.

His trial is being heard before Justice Sandil Kissoon and a 12 person jury at the High Court in Georgetown. Thus far, the prosecution has called five witnesses. They include three police ranks, and Abrams’ sister and mother.


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