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“Mad Max” Gets Life Sentence for Gun Murder

Kendall Rondre "Mad Max" Dean

Kendall Rondre Dean has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the shooting death of Joshua Swann.


Dean, also known as "Maddie," "Mad Max," and "Dre," was sentenced on June 10th, 2024, to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 30 years.


A nine-member jury found Dean guilty on April 22nd in the Grand Turk Supreme Court. Based on the evidence presented, Swann, of Five Cays, was shot multiple times on Sunday, August 8th, 2021, while at North West Point in Providenciales.

The injured Swann was transported to the Cheshire Hall Medical Center, where he succumbed to his injuries.


Detectives of the Serious Crimes Unit (SCU) received a report, and following intensive investigations and interviews, Dean was arrested and subsequently charged.


Jutstice Davidson Kevin Baptiste was the presiding judge. Attorney-at-law Oliver Smith KC led the defence, while Quit Hawkins and his colleague Catherine Duncan from the SIPT, appeared for the Crown.

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