Teenager Accused Of Murder of Derron Hernandez – The Court Report: Monday Jan. 3rd.

A Teenager who happens to be son of a c convicted murderer is charged with Call Agent murder at his gate!

“18-year-old, Daniel Alexander Tillett, also a Call Agent employee and the son of convicted murderer was arraigned today for the murder of 23-year-old, Derron Hernandez, shot on December 27, 2021”

by Anita Nembhard-Flowers
channel 1 Belize.com
Belize City,
Mon. Jan. 3, 2022

Tonight a Call-Center-Agent is behind bars for the December 27, 2021 murder of another Call-Center-Agent who was believe to have met his senseless and untimely death at his gate mouth by a teenager who pursued him at his home and fatally shot him.

This morning police escorted teenager, 18-year-old Daniel Alexander Tillett, also a Call Agent of #170 Antelope Street Extension was read a single charge of murder.

Tillett is being accused of the Monday; December 27, 2021 murder of 23-year-old, Derron Hernandez, a Call Agent of #196 Raccoon Street Extension.

Tillett appeared before Senior Magistrate, Tricia Pitts-Anderson in the presence of his attorney, Dickie Bradley.

His father, who of interest happens to be Vincent “Steeno” Tillett Sr., was present in court for his young son arraignment. Vincent Tillett Sr , aka “Steeno” at the age of 49, was tried in a trial by judge without jury for the murder of 22-year-old, Darwin Philllips, the lover of his then common-law wife, Denise Stuart.

On November 27, 2013, before Justice Adolph Lucas who has now retired, Tillett Sr., was found not guilty of murder but guilty of the lesser charge being manslaughter and he was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment with 3 years deducted for the period he spend on remand leaving him with 12 years more to serve in jail.

But today Tillett Sr., is a freeman and he sat very sadly as he watched his son being arraigned for a murder allegation and remanded to prison.

No Plea was taken, and ‘Daniel Alexander Tillett’ next court date is set for March 3, 2022

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