Seven people, including three reputed members of the Coke family in Tivoli Gardens West Kingston, were denied bail when they appeared in the Gun Court today.
Leighton ‘Livity’ Coke, Christopher Michael ‘Tittyman’ Coke, Lanchester ‘Bamma-T ‘Coke are among the people denied bail.
Delmarco Cephas, David Biggs, also known as ‘Alien’; and Wayne Page, also known as ‘Ratty’ and a woman known as Ayesha Jones, were also denied bail today.
The seven are accused of murdering Denham Town gunman, Patrick Davis.
The Cokes and their four co-accused appear in the Corporate Area Gun Court today amidst a heavy security presence.
They were ordered to return to Court on July 24 this year.
Titty Man is a son of ousted Tivoli Gardens don, Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke.
While Lanchester and Livity are brothers of Dudus.
Patrick Davis, otherwise known as P-Boy, was abducted and killed on March 8 this year shortly after he visited Jones at a Corporate Area hotel.
His body was dumped in East Kingston.
Allegations are that the Denham Town gangster was executed by Livity and his cronies.