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Two arrested for Briton’s disappearance; god brother confesses to “involvement”


ARRESTED: Staymon George and Aaron Wilfred Hing.

Two key suspects wanted in connection with the disappearance of a British youth were arrested Friday night and the god brother has  confessed to his “involvement”, following diligent investigations by crime sleuths.

Head of the Criminal Investigations Department, Senior Superintendent Wendell Blanhum told Demerara Waves Online News that 22-year old Aaron Wilfred Hing was arrested at a city hotel at about 8 PM Friday night.

Staymon George, a 23 year old man of African descent, was arrested Saturday morning at a house at Tucville, Georgetown.

Blanhum credited the Major Crimes Investigations Unit of the Guyana Police Force with working very hard to locate the two suspects for questioning in connection with the disappearance of 18- year old Dominic Michael Lloyd Bernard who since his arrival from the United Kingdom in October, 2015.

MISSING: Dominic Bernard

MISSING: Dominic Bernard

Blanhum said Hing, who is Bernard’s god brother, had admitted to his “involvement” in the disappearance of the Briton.

The Head of the Criminal Investigations Department also told Demerara Waves Online News that specimens of the decomposed body found at Alness Village, Corentyne, Berbice would be sent overseas for DNA testing to confirm the identity.

So far, there is no conclusive evidence that the body that was found Friday is that of Bernard’s.

  • Kaieteur_Canada

    “diligent investigations by crime sleuths” – this usually means a good cut azz.

  • long_legs

    a proper god-brother to have.

    they should be tried and if found guilty both given sentences that will see them eligible for parole when they turn 88 yo. they do not deserve to walk the streets and share the same space as other respected law-abiding citizens because, they do not deserve it.


    • Dharamkumar02

      I don’t think t is right to feed these accused if they are found guilty. Then they become murderers so the right and human thing to do is to “HANG THEM”, don’t waste space time and money behind them.

      • Kaieteur_Canada

        So in your best guess, what do you think should happen to the guyanese bigwag under whose watch 400+ civilians were murdered… when found guilty of course.

        • dezetante

          Dem iz 2 big for Guyana jail that was made only for pore p-pol an ganja mang

        • Dharamkumar02

          Kaieteur I must reply to you, Happy New Years. You probably missed my course of actions for those, you call them Bigwig, my friend I call them Criminals. I have been saying all along those criminals in the PPP who is responsible for those 400 hundred + deaths must be answerable. And if and when they are found guilty, they they must face the same music, the Noose. I kid you not, I will not ever waver from my firm belief on this issue. I have said it all along.

  • JC

    This is a heartless, unforgivable crime. Death penalty should apply hear.

  • SYL

    If the guys did the crime, no more money from taxes to sustain them, so do the honorable thing, you kill, be killed.If you clever and thoughtful enough to hide the crime, then you are lawfully and mentally stable FOR THE NOOSE AROUND YOUR NECK.. ITS CALLED DETERRENT!