Husband charged with murder of Bishop Gibson High teacher granted bail
Created : 16 September 2019
The man charged with murder in relation to the shooting death of his wife, a Manchester school teacher, in July, was granted bail in the sum of $1 million when he appeared in the Manchester Parish Court on Friday.
The accused, Gregory Campbell, was charged with the murder of Bishop Gibson High School teacher, 43-year-old Carolyn Davis-Campbell, on Thursday, following a ruling by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).
As conditions of bail, Presiding Parish Judge, Courtney Maxwell, ordered Campbell to report to the Mandeville Police Station daily, his travel documents are to be surrendered, and a curfew has been imposed on him.