Man charged with shooting up house on video
Updated: Mar 19
A man, who recorded himself opening fire on an occupied home, has been charged in the Magistrates Court.
In the viral video, London Rahming, 24, pulls up to a home in Kemp Road and shouts, “Turn your p**** in ‘cause I gone kill you,” before he fires several rounds from a handgun.
Rahming was arrested a short time after the incident.
On Friday, he appeared before Senior Magistrate Carolyn Vogt-Evans and was charged with three counts of attempted murder and possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.
Rahming is accused of the attempted murders of Renaldo Georges, Evene Georges and Gerriah Adderley on March 14.
He was not required to enter pleas to the charges and was denied bail. He next returns to court on May 30.
The magistrate ordered that Rahming be remanded to Sandilands Rehabilitation Center (SRC) for a psychiatric evaluation.
In 2018, Renaldo Georges was acquitted of playing a role in the murder of Rahming’s brother, Leo, who was shot at his car wash on Marathon Road in 2017.