4 Life Sentences For Momymusk Killer
The Clarendon man who was convicted of killing four persons in the Monymusk Housing Scheme in the parish in 2015 has been sentenced.
On Thursday, Germaine Turner was sentenced in the Home Circuit Court to four terms of life imprisonment.
However, he will become eligible for parole after serving 60 years in prison.
Turner, 29, was convicted in the Clarendon Circuit Court in March.
He 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 Wi-Fi.
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