Tuesday 21 May, 2019

Two men convicted for killing six people in Hanover

The two men who were charged with the murder of six members of a family in Logwood, Hanover in October 2015, were convicted in the Hanover Circuit Court on Friday, November 30.

The men identified as Mikhail Campbell and Errol Clarke have been convicted for six counts of murder; four counts of Assault Occasioning Grievous Bodily Harm; and One count of Arson.

Both are set for sentencing in the Home Circuit Court on Friday, December 14.

Police reports are that on Thursday, October 8, 2015, about 11:30 p.m., residents reportedly heard explosions and shortly after saw fire coming from a nine-bedroom board dwelling house.

The police and officials from the Negril fire departments were summoned and after several hours the blaze brought under control.

After the cooling down operations, the charred remains of six persons were seen among the rubble. Four other occupants of the house received injuries and were treated at the hospital.

Campbell and Clarke are set for sentencing in the Home Circuit Court on Friday, December 14.

 

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