DEADLY FAMILY FEUD IN JAMAICA: Trelawny man allegedly killed by relative, body found in shallow grave

A policeman looks at the shallow grave where Patrick's body
was found. 
 Thursday, June 01, 2017
Two men are in custody in connection to the murder of a man whose decomposed body, found with a gunshot to the head, was removed from a shallow grave at the back of a house in this rustic community Tuesday evening.
The deceased has been identified as 31-year-old mason Otis Patrick, also known as “Rooney”, of a Faulkland, Ocho Rios, St Ann, address.
According to a police source close to the investigations, one of the suspects who is now behind bars confessed to the killing and pointed the police to the shallow grave where the remains of the construction worker were buried after he was shot dead.

A police vehicle is seen at the front of the house
on the premises where Patrick’s body was dug up. 
According to family members, Patrick, who is originally from Lowe River but who relocated to St Mary from a tender age, returned to his native Trelawny community to construct a wall around the premises where he was eventually killed and buried.
The premises, which has a swanky house with a BMW X5 parked in the garage, is reportedly owned by one of Patrick's family members who lives abroad.
Another family member, one of the men taken into custody, is said to be the overseer of the premises.
Patrick's distraught aunt, Ann-Marie Smith, also called “Pin”, recounted that her nephew suddenly went missing on March 25, some days after arriving in the community to construct a wall around the large house. more

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