Jamaica News, April 3, 2018 – Skeletal Remains Found in Tarpaulin
Clarendon, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – The Clarendon police have now launched an investigation to determine the cause of death, and to seek the identity of skeletal remains discovered wrapped in a blue tarpaulin and dumped along the roadway in Thursday morning, March 30.
Reports by the Lionel Town Police are that, shortly after 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, residents in the Salt River area, stumbled upon the Skeletal remains along the Salt River main road and alerted the police.
Upon arrival, it was discovered that the skeletal remains were dumped at the location.
Investigators reported that a bloody jeans pants was also discovered wrapped in the tarpaulin. Also a male identification card was discovered at the scene bearing the name Marlon Horace Anderson of a Linstead address.
Also found at the scene were various make up items along with a utility bill with the name Pamela Hutchinson -Johnson of Greater Portmore.