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The death of a Madison, Wisconsin woman who was on trial for bringing a firearm and ammunition to Cayman, has been ruled a suicide, according to news reports in her home state.
A Madison, Wisconsin woman, who was tried in absentia last week for bringing a firearm and ammunition to Cayman, has died.
Monday, Sept. 23, has been set as the start of a new trial for a woman who pleaded not guilty to possession of an unlicensed handgun and six rounds of ammunition earlier this year.
The Grand Court jury hearing firearm charges against a cruise ship passenger was discharged on Wednesday afternoon after advising Justice Michael Wood that they were not able to reach a verdict.
Grand Court jurors heard and saw an interview on Tuesday given by a female cruise ship passenger who has pleaded not guilty to possession of an unlicensed firearm in Cayman on Feb. 3.
The Grand Court jury trial of Carol Ann McNeill-Skorupan, a cruise ship passenger accused of illegally possessing a handgun and ammunition, began Monday without the defendant being present.
Trial has been set for Monday, April 15, in the case of an American woman who pleaded not guilty to possession of a handgun and ammunition without a license in the Cayman Islands.
An American woman who had been on a cruise ship that visited Grand Cayman appeared in Summary Court on Monday and elected to have charges against her dealt with in Grand Court.