Granville Teen Tianna Clark Murder Suspect Caught, House Burnt Down

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JAMAICA NEWS, FEBRUARY 18, 2018 – Granville Teen Tianna Clark Murder Suspect Caught

St James, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – Detectives attached to the Granville and Freeport police CIB Departments in Montego Bay, St James confirm that they have now taken the prime suspect into custody in connection with the gruesome murder of 14-year-old St James High School student in the Granville community on Friday night of February 16.

In the Meanwhile, it is also understood that angry residents of Granville set the suspect’s house on fire on Saturday night, February 17, and burnt it to the ground.

Tianna Clark Murder Suspect: The police stated that the suspect who was picked up in downtown Montego Bay on Sunday morning is being sought for the murder of Tianna Clarke. Investigators also pointed out that following a series of investigations they learnt that the suspect had fled the community following the incident, but swift actions led to his arrest in Montego Bay.

The teen who her mother described as was a well-behaved girl and very quiet who would not the one to linger on the road at night, never returned home after she left for a nearby shop to buy a cup of soup.

Her body was found the next day in an abandoned building.

Investigators stated that upon arrival they discovered the child lying in pool of blood, in a nude state with multiple stab wounds all over her body.

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