Italian-Canadian, and fugitives to trial in Dream Casinos attempted murder case
Santo Domingo.- A National District court on Tuesday set for Feb. 9 the preliminary hearing in the case against Italian-Canadian businessman Antonio Carbone and two other foreigners declared fugitives on charges of the attempted murder of Dream Casinos Corp. CEO Fernando Arturo Baez Guerrero on December 2014.
The 7th Instruction Court scheduled the hearing more than two months after Carbone was indicted in December last year and remanded to the prison at San Pedro Macoris (east).
In addition to attempted murder the National District Office of the Prosecutor charged Carbone with stalking and the illegal possession and carrying of weapons.
Carbone, who allegedly torched Baez’s car with a firebomb on December 2014 in the upscale Los Cacicazgos sector of the capital, has been held since January last year after the National District Permanent Attention Court ruled for one year of pretrial detention.
Feb 03, 2016
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