Jamaica News, April 5, 2018 – Shineka Gray Alleged Killer Escapes Custody
Trelawny, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – The Falmouth police are now reporting that, Mario Morrison, one of the men who is charged with the murder of Shineka Gray, 15-year-old Green Pond High School student of Mount Salem community in St James, have escape custody.
Morrison and three other inmates escaped from the Falmouth lockup in Falmouth, Trelawny on Wednesday night, April 4, after they reportedly cut away a grille to a section of the cell.
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Investigators have revealed that Morrison has a rich history of crime. It is understood that prior to the murder case of Shineka Grey, he was also charged with the murder of another man in Roehampton, St James.
The police have reported that Morrison and a female were taken into custody for the gruesome murder of a taxi operator in the Roehampton District some time ago, where the accused actually resides. As part of his bail condition, he was ordered to relocate and had to move to Bamboo District in Hopewell, Hanover.
Our news team also learnt that, following the jail break on Thursday morning, the Superintendent in charge of the parish held an emergency meeting with several ranking officers under his command and ordered that the officers who were on duty during the jail break, be taken off front line duties.
Morrison and his co-accused Gregory Roberts were arrested and charged in April of 2017, after the partially decomposed body of the Green Pond High School, Grade ten student, Shineka Gray was discovered in bushes at a section of St James known as Meadows of Irwin, three days after she went missing.
Morrison was being held at the Falmouth lock up while Roberts was being held at Freeport lock up.