Man Convicted For Murder of Four in Clarendon
The Clarendon man accused of killing an accounting clerk and three teenage boys in the Monymusk Housing Scheme in 2015 has been convicted.
Germaine Turner was reportedly convicted Monday in the Clarendon Circuit Court and will be sentenced in the Home Circuit Court April 6.
The 28-year-old Turner was convicted for the murders of Marquis Hamilton, 35, an accounting clerk employed to the Monymusk Sugar Factor; Alex Turner, 16; Ricardo Briscoe, 14; and Raymond Givans, 14.
The murders occurred April 15, 2015.
Turner killed Hamilton then attacked the teens, who were outside picking up free WiFi.
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