- Captures country’s most wanted man
Trinidad and Tobago police have reportedly captured the country’s most wanted man, who is the main suspect in the disappearance of four members of a family. Police in an official release say they captured Azmon Alexander on Sunday after Irma Rampersad, 49, and her daughters, Felicia, 17, and Jennelle Gonzales, 19, and her one-year-old granddaughter Shania Amoroso, were reported missing from their home in Brasso Seco, on October 26. A family friend, Felix Martinez, 52, was also reported missing.
On November 8, the bodies of Irma Rampersad and Shania Amoroso were found in the Brasso Seco Forest. The body of Martinez was also later found. Police said they captured Alexander in Arima, a parish in the Caribbean Island. He had a cutlass in his possession and was the lone passenger in a vehicle. He offered no resistance when confronted by lawmen, who successfully took the man into custody.
Extracted and modified from Caribbean 360