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Police have released the 25-year-old woman
arrested for the death of New Grant father Sat-
narine Ramphal as the Office of the Director of
Public Prosecutions ruled there was not enough
evidence to charge her with murder.
Homicide detectives said while the woman was
set free, investigations were continuing as they
planned to meet with residents of Ramphal s Watt s
They said although an autopsy at the Forensic
Science Centre, St James, showed Ramphal died
from a stab wound to the chest, it had not been
determined whether the wound was self-inflicted
as the woman had said.
They said she was the only witness to Ramphal s
death and claimed he committed suicide.
A fingerprint test will be done on the kitchen
knife with which he was stabbed but police said
it would not be enough to lay charges against the
On Sunday, she and Ramphal were at his home
around 10 pm when they got into a fight.
The woman told police he began rampaging
through the house and threatened to kill her with
a kitchen knife.
He then grabbed her by the hand and stabbed
her in the wrist but she got away and as she ran
out of the house screaming for help, she heard him
moaning. She turned around and saw him on the
floor with blood on his jersey.
Both Ramphal and the woman were taken to the
Princes Town District Health Facility.
Ramphal was pronounced dead on arrival and
the woman was taken into custody.
Police last night were
investigating two more
murders with the dis-
covery of a semi-
decomposed body of a
man and the killing of
another who police
described as a car thief.
According to police
reports the semi-
decomposing body of
Percy Frasier, 50, was
found on Monday
around 9.30 am by a
farmer on Orange Grove
Frasier s autopsy stat-
ed yesterday he died of
cranial cerebral injury
He was shot twice in
the head with the bullets
exiting his right temple
Also yesterday 32-
year-old former car thief
Antoine was shot out-
side his mother s Hum-
ming Bird Lane, Bon Air,
home around 9 am.
According to police
around 9 am Antoine
was called out by men
in a car who asked for
him to light a cigarette.
When he was about
to one of the occupants
shot him in the head and
sped off. Antoine died
on the scene.
Visiting the scene
yesterday was MP for
Hospedales who said
Antoine s murder was
the first in a long while
in the area. "There is no
value for human life
anymore," she said.
One relative of
Antoine said his death
came as a result of him
liming with the wrong
crowd and while he liked
"his own way" he had
changed his life around.
Woman in lovers'
row death freed
MP for Arouca/Maloney Alicia Hospedales, right, comforts Marcus Antoine's
girlfriend Sharon Boyd, left, and a friend at a house in Arouca yesterday.
PHOTO: JENSEN LA VENDE
Police probe two more murders
Log on to
Homicide detectives said although an
autopsy at the Forensic Science Centre, St
James, showed Ramphal died from a stab
wound to the chest, it had not been
determined whether the wound was self-
inflicted as the woman had said.
They said she was the only witness to
Ramphal's death and claimed he committed
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