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July 25, 2014
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Psychiatric evaluation for senior on murder rap

A senior citizen accused of be-heading another senior citizen in St Thomas and placing his head in a cage miles away from the murder scene, is to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

When the case came up for mention in the St Thomas Circuit Court on Monday, the judge ordered the evaluation.

The accused, 63-year-old Densil Bramwell of Wheelerfield in the parish, was remanded in custody and booked to return to court on December 1.

Bramwell is charged with murder after he was apprehended by the police. He reportedly led the police miles away from the murder scene in Wheelerfield and showed them the head of the deceased that he had placed in a cage in Golden Grove.

The headless body of 69-year-old Rudolph Blair was discovered by residents in the community on October 17, 2007.

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