A former hospital worker found guilty of killing retired soldier

Editorial Staff

Feb 22, 2023

A court has found Kenworth Charles guilty of killing Fitzroy Robins in July 2020.

Charles was an IT technician employed at the country’s main hospital when the incident happened.

Charles of Newfield allegedly killed Robins, of Point, on July 24th, 2020 in Bay Street Villa after an altercation

According to reports from the Daily Observer, at the time, Charles refused to pay for beers he took from a woman’s cooler and tried to leave. It is alleged that Robins arrived just as Charles was leaving and he was informed of what took place.

He approached Charles armed with a knife and asked him to pay for the drinks and he did.

The accused reportedly never returned to that location again until the day of the incident when he came looking for Robins.

The deceased was there socialising as per usual.

It is said that when the deceased identified himself, an argument ensued between him and Charles and they began to scuffle.

Charles reportedly stabbed the accused several times with a knife.


  1. Anonymous

    Well it could’nt get better pandemic cause this one too

  2. Paulina/eagle eyez

    AA !, So that’s how it goes , Death for word’s . Then your Status not nice. Your whole behind gone wrong . What you do him , Should be given right back to you. Something so small, brought someone to his grave
    . Man pay your price. The maximum penalty must be plastered on your face


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