Businessman charged in US student’s death

first_imgLocalNews Businessman charged in US student’s death by: – May 9, 2013 Sharing is caring! Share 81 Views   6 comments Andrew Armour is theproprietor of Anchorage Hotel and captain of the boat. Photo Credit :www.telegraph.co.ukThe police has arrested and charged a Dominican businessman with the manslaughter of an American student who died following a boating incident in Mero last year December.Businessman Andrew Armour of Point Ginard, Point Mitchel proprietor of Anchorage Hotel was arrested and charged with manslaughter of Casey-Ann Schulman, 22, of Virginia USA.Ms Schulman was with a group of 54 students enrolled in the semester of studying at sea program when she died on Mero beach on 1st December, 2012. Ms Schulman, 22, was a student of the University of Virginia visiting with a group of 54 students enrolled in the semester of studying at sea program when she died on Mero beach on 1st December, 2012. Photo credit: Semester At Sea She was on a private tour with Anchorage Dive Centre when she sustained major injuries to her head, breast, leg and side of her body from the propeller of the Catamaran vessel captained by Mr Armour. She was pronounced dead at the Princess Margaret Hospital.He appeared before a Roseau Magistrate and was granted bail and will reappear before the St. Joseph Magistrate’s Court on 14th May 2013.Ms Shulman’s family has filed a civil suit against Anchorage Dive Centre and Mr Armour for her wrongful death.A Washington based law firm representing Ms Schulman’s family issued a letter dated 12th April, 2013 to the Director of Public Prosecution Gene Pestaina and Police Chief Daniel Carbon, questioning why no arrest has been made since the incident.Dominica Vibes Newscenter_img Tweet Share Sharelast_img

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