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A 16-year-old girl of a Clarendon address was charged with the murder of her brother, 23-year-old Lenardo Cole at their home in Hazard Drive, May Pen in Clarendon on Friday, August 05.
Reports from the May Pen Criminal Investigations Branch (CIB) are that at about 9:30 am, the accused and her sister had a dispute; when Cole intervened.
The police report said the dispute escalated and the teenage girl used a knife to stab Cole in his upper body.
He was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.
On Monday, August 08, the accused was interviewed in the presence of her attorney, after which she was charged.
Her court date is being finalised.
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