The police last Friday charged three men, all of St Catherine addresses, for the murder of 56-year-old attorney-at-law, Clover Graham, just over two months ago.
Graham's body was found face down and with the throat slashed at Caymanas Estate on August 19.
Those charged have been identified by the police as Simeon Lewis, otherwise called 'Fret Dem', a 25-year-old contractor of Sinclair Drive, Gordon Pen, Spanish Town, and Mandela Town; Quron Patterson, otherwise called 'Q', 22-year-old labourer of North Avenue, Gordon Pen, Spanish Town, St Catherine; and Shannon Campbell, otherwise called 'Wire', 18-year-old labourer of Sinclair Drive, Gordon Pen, Spanish Town, St Catherine.
The police's information arm, the Constabulary Communication Network (CCN), said during the course of investigations leading to the arrest of the three men, several items belonging to the attorney were also recovered.
Anger from legal fraternity
The death of the attorney - whose son and his girlfriend were slain in 2008 and their bodies thrown in bushes in St Andrew - brought ripples of anger from the legal fraternity in Jamaica.
Graham was the eyes and ears of the United Nations refugee agency in Jamaica, serving, up to the time of her death as an honorary liaison for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
The investigation into her murder involved several units within the police force.
Police Commissioner Owen Ellington said he was encouraged by the level of collaboration demonstrated by the various units, which led to the arrests and charges.
"The investigation of Graham's murder was very complicated and, at some stages, very convoluted. The JCF's (Jamaica Constabulary Force) investigators and operations teams combined resources and intelligence very well to effect a satisfactory end result.
"I am truly encouraged by this level of professional work and collaboration," the commissioner was quoted as saying in the release from CCN.
The men will face the court this week.