Police today confirmed the weekend arrest of a 36-year-old man, in connection with double murder and two counts of murder at the Robin Hood Pub and Restaurant last October.
A police spokesman said the arrest was part of the “ongoing investigations” into the brazen shooting inside the popular city restaurant, on Tuesday, October 26, 2021.
The incident resulted in the deaths of Ayinde Eve and Micah Davis.
The spokesman said the suspect was arrested on Friday (July 22) “following the execution of a search warrant at a residence in St George’s.
“No further details can be provided at this time,” he added.
A 25-year-old St George’s woman was formally charged in Magistrates’ Court in November 2021 with the double murder of two young men at Robin Hood.
Quiana Butterfield, appeared in Magistrates’ Court before then Magistrate Maxanne Anderson, where she stood accused of the murders of Ayinde Eve, 27, and Micah Davis, 22.
She was also charged with the attempted murders of Troy Eve Burgess and an off-duty policeman – Derek Golding.
The young St George’s resident was not required to enter a plea to the charges, which will be dealt with in the Supreme Court.
The court heard at the time that that other suspects believed to have been involved in this incident on October 26, have yet to be brought before the courts.
Magistrate Anderson remanded the defendant in custody and set her case down for the December arraignment session.
The outcome of that case is still pending.