A source at the St Andrew police Division has informed MCKOY’S NEWS that they have now reached an early stage in their investigations, following the discovery of the body of a 69-year-old, Medical Doctor, which was discovered floating in a sewage pond on the compound of the University of the West Indies Mona campus, in St Andrew, on Monday morning, February 4th.
According to the police source, they are still deep in their investigations, and will now have to wait on a post mortem examination to determine how the victim, Judith Rose Spencer, a Medical Doctor of Great House Boulevard in Mona, Kingston 6. St Andrew actually died, or even how she got to be at that location.
The police say despite, reports from other media houses about foul play not been suspected, it is far too early to be making such reports, and so far it is not yet know how she died, so foul play has not been ruled out as a motive for the doctor’s death.
Reports by the police are that about 7:45 a.m., on Monday, students at the University compound stumbled upon the body of the female medical Doctor in a sewage pond, which flows behind the chapel.
The police were summoned, and upon their arrival, Rose Spencer’s body was fished from the water and transported to a hospital where she was pronounced dead.
The police say they are now awaiting a post mortem examination result to determine the cause of death.