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Four charged with killing Springer


Added 21 March 2020


Police and fire officials on the scene at Chelston Park, St Michael. (Picture by Jameel Springer)

Four people were charged with killing Basil Springer, whose decomposing body was retrieved from a well on March 11.

They are Kyle Chad Rasheem Archer, 26 years, #59 Bayview Avenue, Bayville, St Michael; Jamar Darnelle Mottley, 32, of Lower Dayrells Road, Christ Church; 22-year-old Leeann Sasha King and 27-year-old Shaneka Avonda Clarke, both of Scotts Gap, Brittons Hill, St Michael.

basil-springerSpringer was reported missing on March 5 and his body was retrieved from a well at Chelston, Culloden Road, six days later.

Archer and King are jointly charged with robbing David Herbert of a van and other property valued at $35 950 on January 20 and robbing Stephen Holder of property valued at $1 304 on February 9.

Archer is facing two separate counts of trespassing in the home of Carl Greenidge on December 1, 2019 with intent to commit theft and possession of marijuana on March 11, 2020.

They are scheduled to appear at the District ‘A’ Magistrates Court today. (PR/SAT)


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