Police have confirmed that they have two juveniles in custody in connection with the murder of 14-year-old Raven Wilson in St Ann.
Deputy Superintendent of Police Rudolph Taylor told the St Ann Municipal Corporation (SAMC) Thursday, November 8, that the police have two juveniles in their custody for over a week now, in connection with the murder. He said there were some difficulties in the case and police were awaiting a response from the DPP to whom they have sent the file.
DSP Taylor was delivering the police monthly report to the SAMC.
Police have been trying to keep the investigations and arrests out of the media spotlight as they fear there could be violence over the case.
Raven Wilson of Top Road, St Ann’s Bay left for school on Friday, October 19. When she did not return home Friday afternoon, and had failed to carry out her usual after-school routine, she was reported missing.
Her body was found stuffed in garbage bags near to her home on Sunday, October 21. People have been insisting that there are enough clues for police to charge two young men and an adult they have identified with murder.
By: Franklin McKnight