TT athlete still to face ID parade as manslaughter probe continues

By October 02, 2018

The Trinidad and Tobago athlete who is facing possible manslaughter charges has not yet faced an identification parade even as investigations are continuing into the case that has attracted regional attention.

The athlete was reported to have been involved in a hit and run accident that resulted in the death of 55-year-old Lenora Patrick of Tobago on July 1.

Police said the athlete, accompanied by his lawyer, turned himself into the police on Sunday and he was reportedly to face an identification parade on Monday. However, SportsMax.TV was informed that the ID parade has not been held but the probe into the case continues.

Patrick’s body was found in a drain by a jogger on July 4, three days after it is believed she was hit by a car that did not stop.

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