Twelve years jail for man who fatally chopped North West pork knocker in 2013

A 12-year jail sentence was yesterday handed down to a man who was accused of using a cutlass to kill another man in the North West over five years ago.

Mark Creame stood in the courtroom of Justice Navindra Singh, accused of murder but took the earliest opportunity to plead guilty to the lesser count of manslaughter. He was represented by attorney Mark Conway, while the state’s case was presented by prosecutors Teriq Mohamed, Tuanna Hardy and Abigail Gibbs.

The charge against Creame stated that on December 1, 2013, at 8 Miles in the North West District, he murdered Terrence Henry. At the beginning of the case, Creame opted to plead guilty to manslaughter…..