Three men accused of throwing a grenade at the vehicle of Kaieteur News Publisher Glenn Lall, were on Wednesday remanded to prison.The men – Leroy Williams, called “Buxton”, 25, of Durban Backlands; Alfie Garraway, 36, of Norton Street, Lodge; and 20-year-old Janiel Howard of Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, were all charged for unlawfully and maliciously conspired to cause danger by way of an explosive metal device, being the grenade.Two of the three accused covering their faces at courtThey all appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Police Prosecutor Deniro Jones objected to bail on the grounds of the severity of the offence and the associated penalty which the charge carries. The Prosecution’s submissions were upheld and the trio was remanded to prison until July 7.The Police had issued a wanted bulletin on Friday for 20-year-old Shemar Wilson, also known as “Abdue”, of Lot 43 North Sophia, Greater Georgetown and of Lot 51 West La Penitence, Georgetown, for questioning.The live grenade was hurled at the luxury vehicle belonging to Lall on June 4, during the first night of the wake to pay last respects to deceased Assistant Editor Dale Andrews.Persons who were at the wake recalled hearing a strange sound but assumed that it was the sound of glass shattering. However, when a thorough check was made, the grenade was found lying next to the right tyre of Lall’s black Lexus vehicle.The Police were summoned and the area was immediately cordoned off, while bomb experts deactivated the device. They noted that it was a miracle the grenade did not explode.After a review of footage from surveillance cameras, it was revealed that the grenade was thrown from a grey motor car. That vehicle was later found abandoned in the vicinity of Norton Street and Mandela Avenue. It had reportedly hit a woman before slamming into a utility pole in the area.Prompt investigation led to the discovery of the car and the arrest of six persons who were later joined by another seven as investigations continue.