Suspect connected with death of 5-y-o slapped with multiple charges
Two people have beencharged in connection withthe death of Vince Walcott, whose burntremains were found on Rousseau Road inKingston 5 last July.

KINGSTON, Jamaica – A suspect in the year-old case of five-year-old Denique Salmon, who was shot as she slept in her bed when gunmen from warring factions traded bullets in New Haven on Thursday, October 7, 2021, was slapped with multiple charges.

Charged with murder, conspiracy to murder and illegal possession of firearm and ammunition is 31-year-old Theodore Beavers, otherwise called ‘Theo’, a bus conductor of Duhaney Terrace, Kingston 20.

Beavers was picked up by a police team in Spanish Town, St Catherine on Thursday, September 22, 2022. He was then handed over to the St Andrew South police on Monday where he was pointed out in an identification parade and subsequently charged.

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