Wayne Walker reports.
Accused leader of the Uchence gang, Uchence ‘Terrence’ Wilson, has been found guilty on multiple counts in the ongoing anti-gang trial in the Supreme Court.
Presiding Judge, Chief Justice Bryan Sykes, also found five of the remaining accused, guilty of Facilitating a Serious Offence by a Criminal Organization.
Uchence Wilson was found guilty on counts 47, 50 and 51 of the indictment.
Count 50, relates to the illegal possession of firearm.
Allegations are that Wilson had in his possession an illegal gun, which he used to shoot at lawmen on August 9, 2017.
Count 51 on the indictment, refers to shooting with intent.
An allegation Chief Justice Sykes said in his summation was confirmed by Wilson.
Chief Justice Sykes in his afternoon summation, found five of the remaining accused, guilty of Facilitating A Serious Offence by A Criminal Organization.
Also, thirteen members of the gang were found guilty for Being part of a Criminal Organization.
While another alleged member, Stephenson Bennett, along with Uchence Wilson was found guilty on count 47.
Both men were convicted this afternoon for Facilitating A Serious Offence by A Criminal Organization.
Meanwhile, another alleged member of the gang was freed today.
Donovan Cole, was freed of charges relating to breaches of the Anti-gang legislation.
On Tuesday, another alleged member of the Uchence gang, Sheldon Cripps, was freed.
A lack of evidence was also cited in the verdict.
Two other men who worked at a popular pawn shop and were accused of being members of the gang were freed recently in the matter.