Kenroy Marshall is scheduled to be sentenced today following his guilty plea yesterday to two drug charges.
The 37-year-old admitted that on February 18th 2019 he was in possession of four pounds of cannabis and had intent to transfer it to others when investigators from the Office of National Drug and Money Laundering Control Policy (ONDCP) intercepted him in Bolans.
During the operation, Marshall, of Jennings, attempted to get away in a vehicle he was driving but he was shot in the leg. He was taken to hospital where he was treated for several weeks before he was discharged and slapped with the two drug charges.
Marshall became known nationally in December 2012 when a wanted bulletin was issued for him in connection with the October 2012 killings of Dominican-born Dermouth Riviere and Alwin Robin in Antigua.
He was never charged with murder, but was instead accused of escaping lawful custody after he fled
from Montserrat police who found him in that country and escorted him back to Antigua. The charges were subsequently dismissed.