The sentencing of two brothers who were convicted in January for the execution style killing of a Clarendon man, eleven years ago, was delayed on Friday.
The court was told that social enquiry and psychiatric reports ordered by Chief Justice Bryan Sykes were not ready.
The sentencing is now scheduled for March 14.
Paul Bryson and Lennox Bryson were found guilty on January 30 of the murder of Richard Allen.
Prosecutors told the Home Circuit court that on November 19, 2007, the Bryson brothers were among three men who invaded Mr. Allen’s home and shot him several times while he was asleep.
The third man, identified only as Popaul, was subsequently shot and killed in a gang feud.