After three days on the run, a soca singer wanted in connection
with the murder of his 24-year-old cousin, Dillon Duncan,
surrendered to police yesterday.
Police said the 25-year-old suspect contacted his attorney
Wayne Sturge at around 4 pm, and arranged to be taken to Central
Police Station, St Vincent Street, Port-of-Spain.
On arrival at the station, they were met by acting Insp Clyde
Phillips of the Homicide Bureau and arrangements were made
for Chaguanas CID detectives led by Sgt Corbette, to transfer
the suspect to Chaguanas, where he will be placed on an identification
Consultations with Director of Public Prosecutions Geoffrey
Henderson are expected to take place about what charges will
Police reports state, that at around 7.30 am on Saturday,
the suspect had a confrontation with an elderly relative at
Myers Lane, Crissy Trace, Enterprise, Chaguanas, when Duncan
stepped in and tried to separate them.
It is alleged that the suspect pulled out a gun and shot Duncan
on the neck.
He was taken to the Chaguanas Health Facility, where he was
pronounced dead on arrival.
A source close to suspect said he had been trying to get in
contact with Sturge since Sunday, but was unsuccessful.
was completely distraught and not concerned that the police
wanted to question him, the source said.
was more upset and confused about what happened.
The source said the suspect wanted to surrender since weekend,
but was too disoriented.