A 17-year-old male resident of First Street, The Grove and 20-year-old Rico Rahming of Sugar Apple Street, were on Wednesday charged with murdering 19-year-old Kevonya Miller.
The pair was charged before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez.
According to police, the accused murdered the Florida Court resident between May 9 and May 10.
Police found Miller’s body last Thursday at the rear of a new housing development on Poinciana Drive, Pinewood Gardens.
Her death marked the 51st murder for the year.
But it was a long day in court for the 17-year-old and Rahming, who, along with a third man, 18-year-old Lynden Alley resident Shermalle Ferguson, were charged with nearly 10 armed robbery, damage, stealing and receiving charges.
According to the court dockets, one of the cases involved former Member of Parliament for Pinewood Byran Woodside.
It is alleged that the trio broke into Mr. Woodside’s home on March 1 and stole his Maverick shotgun valued at $700.
The trio was again charged with breaking into the former MP’s home on November 22, 2011 and stealing and receiving two flat screen TVs.
The accused were also charged with possession of a firearm with intent to endanger the lives of Darren and Brian Ingraham on May 12 and with the possession of an unlicenced shotgun and two shotgun shells.
Police allege that on the same day they also caused damage to the walls of Perry Romer’s Prince Charles Drive home.
The day before that, police also allege that they held up Darren Ingraham with a shotgun and allegedly stole a variety of jewelry, including a gold chain, a gold ring, gold cross pendant and a Technomarine watch, together valued at $1,950.
The men were then charged with stealing and receiving a 2000 silver Honda belonging to Rochelle Miller.
The incident allegedly happened between April 23 and 24. The car is worth $6,500.
They pleaded not guilty to the stealing, armed robbery, housebreaking and damage charges, but were not required to enter a plea to the murder and armed robbery charges.
A voluntary bill of indictment will be served against all three on August 14.
Attorney Stanley Rolle alleged that his clients were beaten while in police custody.