The Area One police have made a breakthrough into the murder of American businesswoman Nancy Hardy, whose body was discovered in a shallow grave in Hanover last November.
Superintendent Michael Phipps, head of the Area One CIB, said two men have been charged in connection with her death.
Kemar Grant, 33, who is from Westmoreland, has been charged with murder, while 32 year-old Cedric Johnson, otherwise called Smurfs of Alexandria, St. Ann has been charged with accessory to murder.
The men were charged last weekend.
They will appear before the Hanover Parish Court on Tuesday.
The police say the men were charged following an investigation which also resulted in the recovery of Ms Hardy's Honda CRV.
Mr. Grant, who had been listed as a person of interest in the murder of Ms Hardy, was held during a police operation in Claremont, St. Ann on March 12.
The American businesswoman's body was found in Logwood on November 28, four days after she was reported missing.
Ms Hardy, who was 72 years-old, lived in Jamaica for several years and operated the Natural Living Jamaica guesthouse in Negril, Westmoreland.