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Dental records still outstanding in Coudray-Greaves murder case
2013-01-08 13:02:12 | (0 Comments)
Christopher Thomas, Gleaner Writer
Trinidadian teacher Michelle Coudray-Greaves - File.
The case of murdered Trinidadian teacher Michelle Coudray-Greaves will be mentioned in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrateís Court on February 12, as dental records are still outstanding from the prosecutionís case-file.
Ivan Taylor, the main suspect in the teacherís death, is expected to return to court on that date, as he was remanded when the case was mentioned in court this morning.
The prosecution told the court that the dental records and one police statement are still outstanding from its file.
However, a document from the Organised Crime division and a DNA report which were due are now on file.
Taylor, a 45-year-old taxi operator of Whithorn district in Westmoreland, was charged with Coudray-Greavesí murder on June 30, 2012, after the teacherís burnt remains were found in a cane-field close to Montego Bay on June 11.
Coudray-Greaves, who is the daughter of Trinidad and Tobagoís Gender Affairs Minister Marlene Coudray, had gone missing on June 1, 2012, two days after returning to Jamaica from vacation in Trinidad.
At the time of her disappearance, Coudray-Greaves was a Spanish teacher at Cornwall College in Montego Bay.
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