Accused wife killer still on the run
Stephen 'Gold Teeth' Butler, who the police said is wanted for the murder of his wife, Oniesha Thompson-Butler, is still on the run.
"We have reports that he has been spotted on the beach but we can't seem to locate him," Detective Inspector Homer Morgan told THE STAR.
Thompson-Butler, 28, was murdered his wife at the Hellshire beach in St. Catherine on Emancipation Day.
The Corporate Communication Unit of the Jamaica Constabulary Force said Thompson-Butler's body was found in bushes close to a public sanitary convenience at the beach.
It is alleged that Butler lured his wife away from a group who went to the beach, telling her he had some money to give her. The police believe that he murdered her after they met up in Hellshire.
Oneisha and Stephen are the parents of eight-year-old Kemeisha Butler, a former student of Port Henderson Primary School, who died at the Bustamante Hospital For Children on March 8, 2016.
Her parents claimed that her death was linked to punishment, which she got at school.