Police make progress in Kelvin Usher case

In other news from the Rural Police Division, the body of Kelvin Usher, found badly burned on the roadside in the village of Bermudian Landing two weeks ago, has been positively identified as his. Police believe they know what led to his death but continue their investigations so for now, they are keeping it close to the chest.

Sr. Supt. Edward Broaster –  Commander, Eastern Division Ruralvlcsnap-2015-08-05-12h31m35s12
“That was confirmed by the mother and investigation on the body that was conducted by the doctor.”

Reporter
“Has your investigation lead to what had Mr. Usher face that kind of death?”

Sr. Supt. Edward Broaster
“Yes, but we will not comment on the cause of death was at this time. We are still having an active investigation as it relates to that, so we will not release the findings by the doctor at this time.”

Reporter
“Was he involved in any kind of illegal activities?”

Sr. Supt. Edward Broaster
“Not to our knowledge.”

Reporter

“So you are not going to tell us what could have been the motive as to why someone would done something like this?”

Sr. Supt. Edward Broaster
“No, not at this time.”

 Usher was reported missing by his girlfriend, 18 year old Daisy Williams, who told police that the 28 year old mechanic left their home on the Phillip Goldson Highway from the 16th of July sometime after 7:00 in the night and had not returned. Williams made that report before 2:00 p.m Saturday afternoon, July 18. The body had been found earlier, about 10:43 a.m, lying face down in some bushes not far from the mentioned bridge. Police are investigating the incident.

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