Police On The Search For Teenager Who Allegedly Killed Brother Over A Bike
The Hanover Police are currently on the search for a teenage boy, suspected of stabbing his 29-year-old brother to death after a confrontation at the home in Upper Rock in the parish last Thursday.
According to the star who brought the information, the deceased was identified as Jermaine Nicholas Spence also known as “Cow”, and the story goes that sometime after 9:30 a.m Thursday, the deceased went home to borrow his brother’s bike but was refused that opportunity by the younger sibling.
After the rejection, it is said that an argument developed whereas the younger brother stabbed the older one several times in the upper body, and then immediately fled the scene.
“Cow” was later discovered lying in a pool of blood with stab wounds, after the police were contacted and went to the scene to conduct investigations. Spence was later pronounced dead at the Savanna-la-Mar Hospital, In Westmoreland after he was rushed in to see if there were any chances of him surviving.
This new death brings the toll of persons killed in the usually quiet parish to 22 for the year.