Kenyatta Boynes leaves the High Court on Tuesday afternoon, moments after a jury found him guilty of murder and attempted murder. Photo KATIE KING

After a two-week trial at the High Court, Lower Estate resident Kenyatta Boynes was found guilty on Tuesday afternoon of one count of murder and one count of attempted murder stemming from a 2014 shooting in Road Town.

Kenyatta Boynes leaves the High Court on Tuesday afternoon, moments after a jury found him guilty of murder and attempted murder. Photo KATIE KING
The nine-member jury reached their verdict at about 3 p.m. after deliberating for more than two hours.

Mr. Boynes allegedly shot Paul Prentice while he was sitting on the porch of Aaron’s Jeep, Car & Scooter Rentals on the evening of Dec. 14, 2014.

Mr. Prentice, who took a bullet to the chest, collapsed and died along Waterfront Drive.

Mr. Boynes, who is represented by defence attorney Patrick Thompson, was ordered to return for sentencing on Dec. 19.


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