Basseterre, St. Kitts, May 9, 2018 – The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force is yet to make public the post mortem results of two recent unnatural deaths.
While the forensic pathologist reports have been made public for Sgt. Dwight Davis who was shot and killed on May 3 and the decomposed body of a “John Doe,” discovered at Ottley’s Level on April 27, the results of autopsies of 23-year-old Adrian Patrick and Almond Browne have not been disclosed.
The lifeless body of Patrick was found with multiple bullet wounds on April 22 and his funeral was held on Tuesday May 8. Almond Browne died in a vehicular accident on May 4. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
The public is still waiting on police to disclose the exact cause of death following a second autopsy on 23-year-old Shaquille Pemberton, whose body was found in bushes on January 27, in the Gillard’s Meadows, near the control tower of the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport.
Forensic pathologist Dr. Valery Alexandrov concluded Sergeant Davis’ death was due to multiple gunshot wounds to the chest
Dr. Alexandrov’s concluded that the cause of death of the “John Doe” was inconclusive due to the advanced stage of decomposition. The body of the male individual was found lying on the bathroom floor of a building that houses transmission equipment for different radio/TV stations.
Browne was killed in a traffic accident the island main road in the Old Road Bay area on May 4.