Case against siblings in Clarendon quadruple murder put off
The case against the brother and sister charged in connection with the Clarendon quadruple murder in the May Pen Resident Magistrate’s Court has been put off until June 25.
The case was to be heard this morning.
Twenty-seven-year-old Jermaine Turner has been charged with four counts of murder, robbery with aggravation and illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition.
His sister, 21-year-old Sabrina Corrier is charged with receiving stolen property.
Turner and Corrier are both from Canaan Heights in May Pen, Clarendon.
It is reported that 14-year-old Raymond Givans, Ricardo Briscoe, also 14-years-old, and 16-year-old Alex Turner were walking in the Monymusk Housing Scheme in Hayes, when they were pounced upon by assailants.
The boys were reportedly forced onto the premises of 35-year-old accounts clerk Marquis Hamilton.
The police had said that the attackers then made demands and when their demands were not met, they opened fire hitting all four persons.
All four were found faced down with gunshot wounds to their heads.
A relative had said that the boys were coming from the gym and had stopped outside the house where they were killed to access the Internet.