Jamaica Crime News, Hanover: Detectives attached to the Hanover police Division, have indicated that, this weekend they are expecting to question the two security guards who were taken into custody, in connection with the stabbing death of a shopkeeper in Hopewell, Hanover on Wednesday, June 12, after which they are expecting to charge them with murder.
According to one officer, “Both security guards who are said to be from a different parish have not yet acquired the services of a lawyer, but this weekend we expect to question them for the murder of Miguel Brivette, otherwise called “muscle man” shopkeeper of Pond Piece, in Hopewell, and then they will be charged ” the officer stated.
Reports are that about 7:00 a.m., Brivette and the two security guards got involved in an argument, allegedly over music and a music system.
The argument escalated to a section of the Pond Piece main road, in the vicinity of the Hopewell Seventh Day Adventist Church, when they drew knives, and Brivette was stabbed multiple times.
Brivette fell to the ground in a pool of blood and the two security guards jumped in a motor vehicle, which sped away.
Brivette died on the spot and his body was removed after the scene was processed by the Sandy Bay police.
It is also reported that both accused later turned up at the Sandy Bay police station.