One charged with Murder
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts - POLICE have revealed that the body found in the Boyd’s area several days ago is that of a reportedly missing sexagenarian.
The police in a media statement said they have established, through their investigations, that the human remains found in a house in Boyd’s Village were those of 61-year-old Frederick Robinson.
Though police said that Frederick had been reported missing on Monday, February 3, 2020, SKNVibes understands that family members of the man had expressed concerns of his whereabouts since December last year after they got no response from him.
An autopsy was recently conducted on his body and the results revealed that it was a homicide.
According to the police, on Sunday (Feb. 8), Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Valery Alexandrov performed the autopsy and concluded that “death was as a result of blunt force trauma to the head”.
That result led the police to rule the matter as a homicide.
Yesterday (Feb. 12), police revealed that they had formally arrested and charged 29-year-old Clive Farara of The Village for the offence of Murder in relation to the incident.
He was charged on the previous day (Feb. 11) and is currently in police custody.
This brings to two the number of homicides committed in the Federation for the year.
Meanwhile, the two other missing persons, Charlvin Marks and Jabal Henry, are still to be found.