Portland abduction suspect Davian Bryan remanded

PORTLAND, Jamaica— Davian Bryan, the man suspected of abducting two girls in Bath, St Thomas last October was remanded when he appeared in the Portland Parish Court on Friday.

Bryan is facing charges of rape, grievous sexual assault, forcible abduction, and wounding with intent. Attorney-at-law, Celile Black, is representing him in the wounding case while Jacobs Law Firm is representing him in all the other matters.

Bryan is to return to court later this month.

The accused rapist was captured in March following a joint search by police and residents in the district of Durham, Portland after eluding the cops for several months.

READ: Davian Bryan captured, in police custody

He was charged with rape, forcible abduction and grievous sexual assault in April.

READ: Accused serial abductor Davian Bryan charged with rape, sexual assault

– Everard Owen

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