Cocaine pellets found inside Jamaican woman found dead in city hotel


[] – Police in an effort to confirm the death of Jamaican National Beverley Gardner, whose body was discovered in a room at the New York Car Wash & Hotel on Camp and Princes Streets, Georgetown on January 22, carried out a post mortem examination on the body.

The examination was performed on Friday (February 14) by Pathologist Dr. Nehaul Singh, who noted that a number of ingested “pellets”, suspected to contain cocaine, were found in the body.

The cause of death has not been given as yet. The 31-year-old woman had been a guest at the hotel when employees made the discovery of her demise.

She was first believed to have been murdered and close circuit television (CCTV) in the building had reportedly aided the police in acquiring vital footage of the suspect’s identity.

The Guyana Police have issued a wanted bulletin for Jamaican national, Anthony Lloyd Neville Morrison as a person they want to question in connection with Gardner’s death.



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