May 06, 2015 News
Investigators are making arrangements to exhume the body of Jamaican Allister Delion, who was believed murdered sometime last week in the remote Berbice River area near Kimbia.
Police ranks who had travelled to the area on Tuesday after receiving information about Delion’s death, were forced to bury his remains without a post mortem being done because of the decomposed state of the body.
Delion’s body was left exposed for days until the police arrived.
The ranks were unable to conclusively determine what marks of violence were on the body and they are in the process of arranging for a pathologist to travel to the area to do a post mortem examination.
This is especially since they have detained three men who they believe could assist them in their investigations.
Investigators are still trying to establish if it was a heated dispute for the control of marijuana sales in the Berbice River or a plain robbery that led to Delion’s murder.
They are also still gathering information about Delion who reportedly hailed from Spanish Town, Jamaica.
Yesterday, this newspaper was contacted by a woman who spoke with a heavy British accent, who was making enquiries about Delion.
She was advised to make contact with the District Division Officer of the police E Division under which jurisdiction the Kimbia area falls.
Kaieteur News was told that Delion was a member of the Guyana National Service farming community for the past five years, carrying out agricultural activities, which include the cultivation of marijuana.
It is alleged that he and his gang were having a dispute with another that is also engaged in similar activities in the same area.
According to a source, reports reaching the police are that the other gang invaded Delion’s camp and robbed him of about $2M, shooting him in the process.
The source said that another man from Delion’s camp is believed to have been wounded, but is reportedly seeking medical attention at an unknown location.
“People hardly live there… most people planting ganja there,” the source added.
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