Bradshaw held by police
SIX MONTHS after being released from Dodds after spending more than 30 years behind bars, convicted murderer Peter Bradshaw is reportedly back in police custody.
Reports reaching the SATURDAY SUN are that the 50-year-old was apprehended by police yesterday during an operation in Christ Church.
Bradshaw was released on March 12 from the St Philip penal institution, where he spent the latter years of his sentence for the 1984 murder of 74-year-old Cyril Sisnett.
Moments after his release, he had pledged to concentrate his efforts on helping the country’s youth.
When asked if Bradshaw was in police custody, police public relations officer Acting Station Sergeant Roland Cobbler told the said he was unable to confirm that report.
Bradshaw is the uncle of wanted man Marlon “Brando” Smith. (RB)