Sisters murdered in Clarendon
murdered in Clarendon
There seems to be no end to murder rampage in Clarendon, as the mutilated bodies of two females were discovered in Raymonds, Clarendon, on Sunday.
The deceased are Janiel Howell, 18, a sixth form student of Vere Technical High School, and her 23-year-old sister, Jody Bryan. The two were found dead in a gully in the Raymonds area with several stabs wounds.
According to Rohan Smith, a sibling of the deceased females, the sisters was last seeing alive at about 6 p.m. on Saturday evening when both left home to go to a nearby shop via a bushy short cut.
However, when they didn't return home during the course of the night, their mother, assuming that her daughters may have stay over at Smith's house, went in search of them.
"When my mother see 9 o'clock come this morning and she still don't see them, she come round a my house to look for them and that is when she see the two of them chop up and stab up dead in the gully," Smith said.
These two latest murders have pushed Clarendon's homicide rate to well over a 100 murders since the start of the year.
"The sheer brutality of this latest murders isn't nothing short of terrorism and the sheer gruesome nature of incident requires a more aggressive policing in this division," Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Fitz Bailey, asserted.