Manslaughter charge dismissed against man accused of pushing girlfriend out of car
A manslaughter charge was on Monday dismissed against 22-year-old Rick Seecharran, who was accused of pushing his girlfriend out of a moving car, which resulted in her death.
The Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on Monday ruled in favour of a no-case submission made by Attorney Sanjeev Datadin, who argued that Police Prosecutor Neville Jeffers failed to prove his case.
Following the Chief Magistrate’s decision, Seecharran’s relatives rejoiced while Adams’ mother and siblings were observed crying.
Meanwhile, in the courtyard, Adams’ mother confronted Seecharran and attempted to hit him, but failed.
A Post Mortem Examination (PME) conducted on the remains of Adams revealed that she died from blunt trauma to the head. The PME was conducted by Government Pathologist, Dr. Nehaul Singh.
The Pomeroon, Essequibo woman died on June 12, 2018, at the Balwant Singh’s Hospital two days after reports that she fell out of Seecharran’s moving car.
Her family claimed that she was pushed out of the car.
News Room had reported that Adams had arrived at the Balwant Singh’s hospital in a conscious state and told a doctor that she had fallen and hit her head at her East Street, Georgetown home.
Adams was a front desk clerk at the Princess Ramada Hotel.