Mutilated bodies of two women found in T&T

(Trinidad Express) Shinelle Nelson, 21, left her Diego Martin home on Carnival Saturday, February 9, to attend the Trini Posse fete in Chaguaramas, following which she was supposed to attend the Insomnia Breakfast party in O2 Park also in Chaguaramas.

On Ash Wednesday, February 13, Nelson’s partially-decomposed and dismembered corpse was found in the Guayamare River off the Old Southern Main Road in Cunupia.

Nelson’s body was recovered but her head, arms and feet had been chopped off.

Homicide detectives are continuing investigations into Nelson’s death.

No suspect has been held as yet.

• Oyin “Angel” Assing, a 20-year-old geriatric nurse, left her family’s home in Pioneer Drive, Sea Lots, on April 3 bound for her workplace in Woodbrook to return a pay cheque on which her name was misspelt.

After returning the cheque, Assing left to go shopping in downtown Port of Spain.

Attempts to contact Assing on her cellphone provide futile and relatives filed a missing person report at the Besson Street Police Station on April 4.

On that same day Assing’s body was found floating off Dhein’s Bay in Carenage with her abdomen sliced open and her intestines removed.

An autopsy concluded that Assing died as a result of “acute haemorrhagic shock due to de-cavitation injuries of the abdominal content”.

Homicide detectives are continuing investigations into Assing’s death.


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