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Triple murder rocks Black Bush, Corentyne; 1 in custody

first_imgThree bodies were on Friday morning discovered lying next to each other on a dam at Cookrite Savannah, Black Bush Polder, Corentyne, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) with gunshot wounds.Police in a release said each body bore a single gunshot wound.Pawan Chandradeo, also called “Surish”Dead: Narish RooplallJaikarran Chandradeo, also called “Kevin”The men have since been identified as Pawan Chandradeo, also called “Surish”, 37, of Black Bush Polder; his son Jaikarran Chandradeo, also called “Kevin”, 15; and his brother-in-law, Narish Rooplall, also called “Mice”, 33, of Number 73 Village, Corentyne.The discovery of the bodies was made shortly after daybreak by a rice farmer. The bodies were lying on a dam about three miles into the savannah, a short distance away from a camp called “King’s Camp”.The men had gone on a fishing expedition which began at 15:00h on Thursday. They were expected back at about 03:00h on Friday morning. Also on the trip was another of Chandradeo’s sons.The young lad told investigators that while on the journey with his family, he was instructed to wait at “King’s Camp” with a guard who was stationed there. Those instructions were given to him at about 19:00h on Thursday.According to the teen, at about 20:00h on Thursday evening, he heard what appeared to be two gunshots, and later the rapid sound of what appeared to be four more.At daybreak, the lad said he left “King’s Camp” in search of his father, brother, and uncle. “I call for dem but I ent get no reply.”On his way, he met a man who told him that he did not see his relatives and advised him to return to his home, which he did.According to Chandradeo’s wife, Chandrawattie Rooplall, also called “Pam”, she received information that her husband had been injured in the backdam from a security guard attached to the Mibicuri Hospital, even before her son arrived.She explained that as she launched an investigation to verify the reliability of the report, she was told that the persons injured were not her husband, son, and brother.It was another brother of Chandradeo who went to the scene with the Police and confirmed Rooplall’s worst fears shortly before midday, when the bodies arrived at the Mibicuri Hospital.One eyewitness said the bodies were about a foot apart from each other when they were discovered on the dam. The source noted that the adults had wounds to their heads while the teenager had a wound to the upper neck. It was also reported to Guyana Times that there were impressions of horse hooves a short distance from where the bodies were discovered.Pawan Chandradeo leaves to mourn a daughter, two sons and a wife to whom he got married on July 5.His brother-in-law, Narish Rooplall, leaves to mourn a wife, two brothers and a mother.As Police continue to investigate, one person has been arrested and remains in custody. (Andrew Carmichael)last_img read more