Motorcyclist who killed 14-Y-O schoolgirl gets $600k bail
Glenton Redmond, 21, the motorcyclist who killed 14-year-old school girl, Makeida Quick was granted $600,000 bail when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday.
Redmond of ‘E’ Field, Sophia, Greater Georgetown, appeared before Magistrate Rushelle Liverpool and was charged with causing death by dangerous driving. He pleaded not guilty to the charge.
The matter has been adjourned to June 08, 2022 for statements.
Meanwhile, the Guyana Police Force has assured the dead girl’s family that no stone will be left unturned in the investigation.
Quick was one of eleven children born to Melissa Vossey and an aspiring teacher and dancer.
On April 10, she was tragically killed when a speeding motorcyclist crashed into her along the ‘E’ Field Sophia, Greater Georgetown, Public Road.
The teen was a student of the Tucville Secondary School was on her way to see her grandfather.
According to reports, the young girl was standing at the side of the road with her bicycle, waiting on the motorcyclist, Redman to pass before she crossed the road.
Police reported that Redman was speeding when he lost control and collided with the teen.
According to the mother, the young girl was always friendly and helpful.