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Persons of interest in senior cop's murder remain in custody
2012-09-18 09:04:47 | (0 Comments)
The three men, who turned themselves in to the police in relation to the murder of retired Senior Superintendent of Police Anthony ‘Tony’ Hewitt, remained in custody up to late last night.
They are Raymond Francis, Jermaine Smith and Jomo McLeod of Commons, off Red Hills Road in St. Andrew.
They turned themselves in to the Constant Spring Police yesterday in the presence of the attorney, Christian Tavares Finson.
Tavares Finson said he will be doing everything to ensure that the interrogation process is expedited.
SSP Hewitt died on Sunday night from gunshot wounds he received in an attack hours earlier at an apartment on Donmair Close, Kingston 19.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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