Kenroy Parham, a father of three, was shot three times in the head last December in Mahogany Heights and had his body dumped on the road side across from his family residence, to be discovered by his aunt. Five months later, police have zeroed in on the man they say killed him. He is Rudolph Ramsey, who on Monday appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann-Marie Smith to be read a single charge of murder. Ramsey was remanded into custody until August 20. Residents of the area said they heard the gunshots shortly after 9 the night but none of them went outside. It is believed that Parham’s murder was in retaliation for the murder Emmerson Arnold, a BWS worker who was shot and killed while he was on his way to work.