… Neesa Gopaul’s murder trial
The police are expected to charge the wife of murder accused, Jarvis Small, who is currently on remand at the Georgetown Prisons for allegedly killing Queen’s College student, Neesa Gopaul.
Kaieteur News was told that Marceline Small was caught yesterday morning trying to smuggle a cell phone into the prison.
The cell phone according to sources was concealed in a loaf of bread. The woman was arrested and up to press time was in police custody.
She is expected to be arraigned today at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court. The woman’s husband and his lover Bibi Gopaul, the teen’s mother, were charged last October for the brutal murder.
The police are contending that between September 24, and October 2, last, at Madewini on the Soesdyke/Linden Highway, the two murdered Neesa Lalita Gopaul.
This newspaper had reported that the teen went missing on September 23; it was reported to the Leonora Police Station by her mother on September 25.
The teen’s body was discovered at the Emerald Towers Resort, on the Soesdyke/Highway on October 2. The teen’s disfigured body was found in a large suitcase.
A length of rope was wrapped around the body and the killers had attached two dumb-bells, weighing more 80 pounds, to the other end of the rope in an effort to weigh the body down. The victim was wearing a pair of black shorts and a multi-coloured top.
The victim’s passport and a bankcard were found with the remains.
Information provided to investigators indicate that the schoolgirl was lured into a life of drugs and was sexually abused.
It is believed that she was murdered for a property that was bequeathed to herself and her younger sister.
The preliminary inquiry is currently being heard before Magistrate Priya Beharry at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.
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