Richie Pooh, a murder convict, Linton Stephenson, was implicated in the gruesome murder of Khyhymn Campbell, whose body was found in an igloo in a motor car along Marshall’s Pen Road in Manchester on August 28.
Stephenson was convicted in St Thomas for felonious wounding in 1980. He was later convicted in the Home Circuit Court for murder in 2007 and sentenced to 15 years, eight of which he served before he was released on parole. He then became a deacon in the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Mandeville. Stephenson, who the police listed as a suspect in Campbell’s murder, was later found dead in his home. It is suspected that he committed suicide.
Richie Pooh, on the other hand, has been tried in the court on multiple charges of murder, robbery with aggravation, wounding with intent and illegal possession of firearm since 2005. He was sentenced to a total of 30 years on each charge, which would be 90 years but it was to run concurrently, which would be 30 years.
His release has reportedly triggered a directive from the National Security Council to the Ministry of National Security to