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Three charged for murder of attorney Clover Graham
2012-10-20 12:30:26 | (0 Comments)
The Police have charged three men for the murder of 56-year-old attorney-at-law Clover Graham.
Commissioner of Police, Owen Ellington
They are Simeon Lewis otherwise called ‘Fret Dem’ 25-year-old contractor of Sinclair Drive, Gordon Pen in Spanish Town and Mandela Town; Quron Patterson otherwise called ‘Q’, 22-year-old labourer of North Avenue, Gordon Pen, Spanish Town, St Catherine; and Shannon Campbell otherwise called ‘Wire’ 18-year-old labourer of Sinclair Drive, Gordon Pen, Spanish Town, St Catherine.
The men have also been charged with conspiracy to murder.
The police are also reporting that several items belonging to the victim were also recovered during their investigation.
Graham’s body was found in Caymanas, St Catherine, on August 19.
The accused men will appear in court some time next week.
The police high command says investigation into the murder of Graham involved several formations within the force including the Criminal Investigation Branch Headquarters, Organized Crime Investigation Division, Flying Squad, St Catherine North and South Divisions, St Catherine Major Investigation Task Force, St Andrew South Police and the National Intelligence Bureau.
Commissioner of Police, Owen Ellington says he is encouraged by the level of collaboration demonstrated by the various formations which led to persons being arrested and charged.
“The investigation of Graham’s murder was very complicated and at some stages very convoluted. JCF’s investigators and operations teams combined resources and intelligence very well to effect a satisfactory end result. I am truly encouraged by this level of professional work and collaboration,” the Commissioner said.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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