Man accused of killing ex-girlfriend gets bail
The man charged with killing his ex-girlfriend at an apartment adjacent to the Office of the Commissioner of Police was yesterday offered bail in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court.
Parish Judge Andrea Pettigrew-Collins offered construction worker, Phillip Brown, 35, bail, following a successful bail application by attorney Anthony Williams.
Brown was offered bail in the tune of $1 million with conditions, and is to return to court on February 28.
As part of his bail, Brown is to surrender his travel documents with a stop order in place, report to the Half-Way Tree Police Station daily, and abide by a curfew order.
Brown is charged with the murder of 31-year-old Kerry-Ann Wilson.
Reports are that Wilson's body was found wrapped in tarpaulin on a bridge on December 10, near the Crystal Towers Apartments home they shared.
It appeared that she had been beaten to death.
Brown was arrested the following morning after he surrendered to the Half-Way Tree police in the company of his relatives.