Man convicted for murder of family of six could face more charges

Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Paula Lllewellyn is to rule whether additional charges are to be brought against convicted killer Michael McLean.
McLean was on Tuesday found guilty of the murder of a family of six in St. Thomas 12 years ago.
He is to be sentenced on April 12.
Last Friday, the police submitted a file to the DPP regarding last year's murder of a cashier and a man at a service station in Morant Bay, St. Thomas.
The police have allegedly linked McLean to the double murder.
The service station where the incident occurred is owned by the father of nine year old Sean Chin who was killed in the 2006 attack.
Twenty-two year old Katherina Brown and 49 year old Christopher Higgins were killed by a group of men on September 9, 2017.

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