ST ANN, Jamaica – It has been reported that fire was this morning set to the St Ann family home of Shaneke Williams, the co-accused in a rape case against former Jamaica Labour Party Councillor Don Creary.
A section of the house in Comfort Valley, Richmond in the parish and a motor vehicle which was parked outside were destroyed during the blaze.
The house was reportedly firebombed about 2:00am. No one was hurt.
Williams, a publicist, and the businessman were charged last Wednesday in relation to an alleged sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl.
Creary was charged with rape, while Williams was charged with aiding and abetting rape, and sexual touching. They were arrested by investigators from the Centre for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse.
The woman was granted $1.5-million bail and a stop order was made against her when she appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court. However, Creary was denied bail, pending additional charges, in a rape case against him. He has since been slapped with new rape charges in a second reported incident.
He is to return to court on Thursday
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