Quadruple Murder Accused Freed in Court

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Jamaica Crime News, Westmoreland: A man who was facing the St Elizabeth Circuit Court in connection with a quadruple murder in Whithorne, Westmoreland on July 12, 2015, was freed of all charges when he appeared in Court on Monday, June 11, 2018.

The accused, Jevaughn Flemming, also of Whithorne was freed by presiding Judge Justice Glen Brown after the main witness in the case pointed out that she does not have an interest to be a witness anymore.

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After ordering that the accused be set free Justice Brown also cautioned him that if the witness is armed in any way whatsoever the prosecutors could simply restart the case and use the witness statement admitted into evidence.

It is reported that on July 12th, of 2015 the victims 14-year-old Shawn Clayton, 16-year-old Demar Doman, 20-year-old Romario Drummond and 22-year-old Theodore Tennant, all of Whithorne in Westmoreland were at a games shop when they were ambushed and all shot and killed.

 

By Henry Bucknor

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