The gold miner, who is accused of launching a vicious attack on two brothers at a mining camp in Aurora on Tuesday, leaving one of the brothers dead and the other nursing wounds, has been arrested.
Police Commander of Region Seven, Senior Superintendent Dion Moore told News Source that the murder suspect was arrested and taken to Bartica where he remains in custody.
“He was arrested. He was brought to Bartica [Police Station] today,” the Commander said.
The man is accused of fatally chopping Linden resident, 32-year-old Raphael Cadogan and his younger brother Clive Cadogan in the early hours of Tuesday mornng.
The older brother was pronounced at the scene while the younger brother was admitted to the Bartica Hospital with injuries.
“He received injuries and he is hospitalised. He was taken to Bartica [yesterday] and from all indication he may be referred to Georgetown, maybe,” the Divisional Commander said.
The deadly chopping incident stemmed from an argument between the accused and the two brothers at a football match in the area on Monday.
The man attacked the two brothers in their mining camp after they retired to bed.
The matter is under police investigation and charges are likely to be filed before weekend.