Three Sheffield murder suspects due in court

Three men accused of the murder of a young man in Sheffield are due to appear at court in the city today.

Monday, 14th December 2020, 9:17 am

The men were charged with murder after Ramey Salem, who was also known as Remey Saleh, was shot in a property on Grimesthorpe Road South, Burngreave, in the early hours of Monday, November 16.

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Ramey Salem, who was also known as Remey Saleh, was shot dead in Sheffield

The 20-year-old was taken to hospital but could not be saved and was pronounced dead a short time later.

He suffered multiple gunshot wounds

Murder suspects Jabari Fanty, 18, of Broadhead Road, Deepcar; Aaron Yanbak, 18, of Abbeydale Road, Abbeydale and Ricardo Nkanyezi, 18, of Morgan Avenue, Southey Green, are all due at Sheffield Crown Court this morning.

Police officers in Burngreave after Ramey Salem, who was also known as Remey Saleh, was shot dead

Fanty and Yanbak are also charged with conspiracy to murder at Osgathorpe Park, Sheffield on October 31, conspiracy to possess a firearm with intent to endanger life between October 3 and November 17 as well as possession of an offensive weapon.

Nkanyezi is also charged with conspiracy to possess a firearm with intent to endanger life between October 3 and November 17 as well as a further charge in relation to the Firearms Act.

A fourth man, Jordon Foote, 18, of Base Green Road, Base Green, is also due at court today charged with conspiracy to murder at Osgathorpe Park on October 31 and conspiracy to possess a firearm with intent to endanger life between October 3 and November 17.

All four men have been remanded in custody since their arrests.

Anyone with information about the murder of Mr Salem should call South Yorkshire Police on 101 and quote incident 42 of November 16.

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