‘CHUCKY’ BROWN TO KNOW HIS FATE TODAY, JANUARY 3, 2019

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Constable Collis ‘Chucky’ Brown, who was in November convicted on three counts of murder, is to be sentenced today.

Brown, who was also found guilty on charges of conspiracy and wounding with intent, was set to be sentenced in the Home Circuit Court on December 20 but sentencing was postponed in part due to the late arrival of the social enquiry report.

It was also postponed to facilitate a request that was made for those who contributed to the report to be present so that it could be tested.

Brown, the 15-year veteran who was assigned to the May Pen Police Station in Clarendon, is being sentenced in relation to the murder of Damoy “Gutty” Dawkins on January 10, 2009, and the December 13 murders of Dwayne Douglas and Andrew Fearon three years later, all in Clarendon.