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Coudray-Greaves murder trial: Police tell of finding women's clothes at accused killer's house

Published:Thursday | May 8, 2014 | 9:13 AM

A police witness has told the St James Circuit Court that she found items of women's clothing and jewellery at the home of the accused killer Ivan Taylor.

According to Detective Corporal Debbie Mitchell, she searched Taylor’s home in his presence and recovered a red lingerie, an orange underwear, a green rag, and a grey jewellery box containing a knob earring and a sleeper earring.

Taylor has denied killing the Trinidadian school teacher.

Meanwhile, Detective Constable Wayne Foster testified that he conducted the crime-scene investigation where Michelle Coudray-Greaves’ burnt remains were found in a cane field, 11 days after she went missing on June 1, 2012.

Foster’s testimony came a day after a civilian witness told the court that he saw Ivan Taylor’s taxi leaving the cane field on the night Coudray-Greaves went missing.

The case, which has heard testimonies from 17 witnesses since it began last Wednesday, will continue in the St James Circuit Court this morning.


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