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Men accused of killing Trini remanded
KINGSTON—Two men from the central parish of St Catherine, who have been implicated in the death of Trinidadian national Keron Fraser, 30, and his companion Tanashae Bennett, 19, were remanded when they appeared in court last Friday. Andre Knight, 25, has been charged with conspiracy to murder and murder, and Fabian Davis, 29, has been charged with two counts of murder. Fraser disappeared on October 18, two days after he arrived in the island from T&T.
Police said on arriving in Jamaica, Fraser, who was in the company of a woman, rented a car and headed towards an undisclosed location in Clarendon. He was reported missing two days later. A few days after Fraser’s disappearance two men were detained by the police after they were intercepted in the car he had rented. The car had bloodstains, the police said. When they appeared in court on Friday, the men were remanded and will reappear in court on February 18.
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