Breakthrough on investigation of disappeared Marcelle Smith

Police have arrested and charged Cheriss Ricardo Omar Ince of Nursery #2, Four Roads, St. Philip with the offence of Theft.

He is accused of stealing a motor car belonging to Arrelius Smith between the 12th and 17th October 2015 from Farm Road, St. Philip. This is part of the investigation of missing woman Marcelle Smith.

And, in his objection to bail for the 36-year-old carpenter, of Nursery No. 2, Cheriss Omar Ince made an eight-minute court appearance yesterday accused of stealing the car that missing woman Marcelle Smith was driving the day she vanished.

And, in his objection to bail for the 36-year-old carpenter, of Nursery No. 2, Cheriss Omar Ince made an eight-minute court appearance yesterday accused of stealing the car that missing woman Marcelle Smith was driving the day she vanished.

Four Roads, St Philip, lead prosecutor Station Sergeant Neville Watson said Ince was looking at a murder charge. The accused was remanded until Tuesday when he is expected in the District “C” Court.

Ince’s arrest had consumed Barbados after a body, believed to be that of the missing 75-year-old Smith of Farm Road, was taken from a ravine last weekend.

  • David Welch – ASP (Ag);

Public Relations Officer

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