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Police investigate shooting, fire deaths

Sunday, April 27 2014

Police are investigating two separate incidents in which the bodies of two men were found yesterday morning. One man was shot dead at his Dundonald Hill, St James home and the other is an unidentified male whose charred remains were discovered in Diego Martin.

At about 5.15 am yesterday, neighbours of Marlon Harewood said they heard loud explosions. When they went to Harewood’s house, they found him lying in a precipice some 40 feet from his house.

The residents informed the police and a party of officers from the Homicide Bureau of Investigations and the Western Division visited the scene.

Police reports stated Harewood was severely injured about his leg and shot in the head. Police said they noticed a trail of blood outside of Harewood’s home leading to the precipice and surmise that Harewood attempted to flee his attackers. In the other incident, police were informed of a fire at Second Trace, Bagatelle Road, Diego Martin, where a wooden shack was ablaze. Police officers and officials from the Fire Services went to the site and contained the blaze.

When the fire service officials went through the home they discovered the charred remains of the man lying on the floor. One Stafford Baptiste was the last known person who occupied the house but police officials are not certain that the body was that of Baptiste.

According to police reports, residents heard loud explosions around the time the fire was reported.

The police are looking into the possible connections between the loud explosions and the fire.

A district medical officer was on site and ordered the body removed to the Forensic Science Centre where an official autopsy will be done tomorrow.

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