KINGSTON, Jamaica – One of the men charged in connection with the killing of two American missionaries in St Mary on April 30, 2016 has escaped police custody.
He is Dwight Henry, otherwise called ‘Dougie’ and ‘Chino’, of Wentworth, also in St Mary. He escaped custody today.
When contacted on Wednesday, head of the St Mary Police Division, Deputy Superintendent Dwight Powell, confirmed the incident. However, he did not provide details as to how the suspect escaped police custody.
Henry, who the police named as a person of interest in the murders, was taken into custody on June 24, 2016 in St Mary.
Andre Thomas of Port Maria, St Mary, was the first to be charged in connection with the missionaries’ murders.
Forty-eight-year-old Randy Hentzel, and Harold Nichols, 53, were found dead in Wentworth district April 30 and May 1, respectively.
The two were reportedly last seen alive when they left Tower Isle on motorcycles about 8:00 am on April 30.
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