Evidence insufficient for charges in Anna Catherina murders
Police have gathered very little evidence in the murders of Anna Catherina mother Jennifer Persaud and her two young children and while a spot of blood was found on pants belonging to the prime suspect, it appears to be insufficient to lay charges.
It is because of the lack of evidence that police were forced to release the two men they had in custody last week.
Persaud, 41, and her sons Afridi Bacchus, 6, and Jadon Persaud, 18 months, were discovered on September 22 in her bedroom, with stabs wounds and their throats slit. The woman was …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.