Will Lu­cian Mur­der Sus­pect in Do­minica Walk?

The Star (St. Lucia) - - LOCAL -

ASaint Lu­cian man who was charged with the mur­der of a Do­mini­can woman in 2013 was ex­pected to have his last days in Court this week. Mar­cus Charlery had been charged with the mur­der of 34-year-old Glo­ria Ce­les­tine of Portsmouth, Do­minica who was found dead close to a house on the beach in La­goon, Portsmouth on Satur­day, Novem­ber 9, 2013. The partly de­com­posed body was dis­cov­ered by one of a group of Portsmouth res­i­dents who had been search­ing for the woman who had gone miss­ing three days ear­lier.

Charlery, who had been granted bail last year, had made sev­eral court ap­pear­ances. The STAR learnt that in some of th­ese in­stances the pros­e­cu­tion and ar­rest­ing of­fi­cers ap­peared un-pre­pared. As we went to press this week re­li­ably sources told the STAR that the judge was ex­pected to have the case thrown out for lack of ev­i­dence.

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