St Andrew man charged for murder
charged, arrested, arrest

ST ANDREW, Jamaica— Forty-year-old Samuel Waldo of Brooks Level Road, Stony Hill in St Andrew was arrested and charged for murder after the dismembered and burnt remains of 77-year-old Derrick Lindsay also of Brooks Level Road, was discovered in Caveliers in the parish on Monday, June 6.

Reports are that Lindsay was last seen alive at his home on Saturday, June 4 and a missing person’s report was subsequently filed for him.

On June 6, a team from the Stony Hill Police Station, acting on information, carried out a search of an area known as ‘Safa Gully’ in Caveliers, St Andrew; where the human remains were found. Waldo was subsequently arrested in Half -Way -Tree, St Andrew on Tuesday, June 27 after DNA evidence was found in a room where he resides. He was subsequently charged following a question and answer session.

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