I killed him because I was fed up, accused says of 10-y-o

News post January 26, 2016


The accused mother-daughter pair walk into court on Tuesday.

CLARENDON, Jamaica — The May Pen Resident Magistrate’s Court heard today that Lanie Lewis confessed that she killed 10-year-old Juvea Clarke because she was fed up and frustrated with him.

Read: 10-y-o boy’s murder jolts Portland Cottage

Eighteen-year-old Lewis, who is charged with murder and her mother Glenda Wright charged with misprision of felony, were remanded until February 25.

Read: Clarendon mother, daughter charged in connection with 10-y-o’s death

 The body of the deceased was found on January17 in his Portland Cottage community in a shallow grave with his throat slashed and his left arm severed after he went missing on January 14.

His arm was subsequently found buried elsewhere in the community.

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