Farmer Charged For Tamara Geddes Hit

Friday, August 7, 2020, 3:04 PM

In the case of the June 19 murder of Tamara Geddes of Reserve District in Trelawny. Several arrests and charges were made in connection with the crime.

It is said that the contract killer plus the conspirators were held by the police.


Remanded for hiring the contract killer Is 39 year old Nadeen Geddes and her two daughters plus a 33 year old woman with the name of Tashana young from the Salt spring community in St. James.

Charged for the crime however is Owen Irving, a farmer from Hampton District, Salt Spring, St. James is said to have been paid $250,000 by Nadeen Geddes to carry out the act.

Approximately at 8:30 am on June 19 it is said that Tamara was at home when a masked man forced himself into her premises and demanded money which he got in the amount of $16000 dollars.

He also robbed her of two phones.

It is reported that the gunman also demanded sex from Gedddes who upon refusing was shot to death on spot.

The other women reportedly acted as couriers delivering the money to the killer.

They were all charged along with 55 year old Irving for murder and conspiracy to commit murder when they appeared before the court in Trelawny.

The next court date is scheduled for sometime next week.

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