Police to charge Clarendon man with murder
Police investigators in Clarendon say they expect to charge the man who stabbed his common-law wife to death this week.
The man who claims to be a vet has been in custody since last Wednesday, September 3.
The police had reported that the man attacked his common-law wife, Lorene Francis, as she boarded a bus at the May Pen bus terminus.
The 35-year-old correctional officer worked at the Rio Cobre Juvenile Correctional Facility.
It's reported that the couple had a long-standing feud which became physical on the day in question.
The man allegedly used a knife to stabbed Francis in her neck.
She later succumbed to her injuries in hospital.
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