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Two missing heads found in shallow grave

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PORT-OF-SPAIN – The search for the missing heads of a dismembered boy and woman, ended Saturday in an abandoned canefield near the Corinth’s Teachers College, Ste Madeleine.The decomposing heads were found side-by-side in a grave less than two feet deep, a 30-second walk behind squatters’ houses along the Old Train Line, Ste Madeleine. The woman’s arms were also found buried in the holes.The bodies are believed to be that of widowed 37-year-old Diane Williams and her ten-year-old son, Shaquille Morgan, of Stony Hill Avenue, Tarodale.Five people, including two women, were in custody Saturday night. More arrests are expected.The motive for the killings is unclear.The area in which the heads were found is known as Dog Patch and is considered by police to be a criminal hot spot for drug dealing, car thefts, and used as a hideout for robbers, kidnappers and killers.The squatting settlement is off the south-bound lane of the Solomon Hochoy Highway, and less than a 20-minute drive from the Forres Park Landfill, near Claxton Bay, where last Wednesday, scavengers saw a child’s leg protruding from a garbage bag being pecked open by vultures.Police would over the next few hours find body parts spilled from bags torn when overnight rains washed the bags downstream a ravine running through the dump site.The limbs were apparently dissected with a power tool.It was the trace of the registration plate on a white Kia pick up van that helped police cracked the case. (Trinidad Express)