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Fourth man surrenders in case of murdered ex-cop
2012-09-20 11:16:49 | (0 Comments)
Arthur Hall, Senior News Editor
Retired senior superintendent of police Anthony 'Tony' Hewitt - File.
A fourth man wanted for questioning in connection with the fatal shooting of retired Senior Superintendent Anthony 'Tony' Hewitt has turned himself in to the police.
The man, whose name is being withheld, was accompanied to a police station this morning by his attorney.
Police sources say the man, who was not named among the persons of interest, is a major suspect in the killing.
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Investigators were already scheduled to question three other men, Jermaine 'Duppy Bat' Smith, Richard 'Red Head' Francis and Jomo McLeod, who turned themselves in on Monday.
Hewitt, was attacked on Sunday, September 16 and shot multiple times by thugs on Donmair Avenue off Red Hills Road in St. Andrew.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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