Man wants to be questioned about Fagundes sewing down

Police want Rondell Bacchus, 40, to be questioned in connection with the murder of Ricardo Fagundes on 2021/03/21 in Main Street, Georgetown.

Bacchus ‘last known address is C’ Field, Sophia, Georgetown.

Anyone with information that could lead to Bacchus’s arrest is asked to contact police at phone numbers 227-2603, 226-6978, 226-6221, 219-3252, 227-1149, 225-8196, 268-2328, 268 – 2298/2222, 226-7065, 911 or the nearest police station.

On May 22, 2019, Bacchus was sentenced to 16 years, 8 months behind bars, after pleading to the lesser offense of manslaughter.
Despite denying the capital charge he was originally deposed on, Bacchus admitted guilt on the slightest account, admitting he illegally shot and killed Akbar on July 24, 2008, from which he had stolen more than $ 2M.
Details of the armed robbery charge that Bacchus was separately seized and also pleaded guilty, on the same day, while armed with a gun, to theft of Ali and his wife Bibi Hydar Alli of $ 2,150,000.
Eleven years were removed from the sentence for the period of imprisonment which meant that Bacchus would still have been required to serve five years. It is unclear when he was released from prison and on what basis.