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After 2 autopsies, cause of Kadeem’s death still not known

The first post mortem that was carried out on Tuesday 8th October did not provide any conclusive evidence of the circumstances of his death, therefore a second one was ordered.

 

Now police are reporting that the final autopsy conducted on Kadeem by Forensic Pathologist Dr. Stephen Jones of Barbados, revealed that the cause of death is undetermined.

Dr. Jones’ confirmatory autopsy followed that of Resident Pathologist Dr. Marinodora of the JNF General Hospital, whose autopsy reached the same conclusion.

Ten year old Kadeem Pereira was last seen leaving the Rogers convenience store on the Island Main Road in Half Way Tree after 7 p.m. on Saturday, 5th October, 2013, after completing an errand for his mother at the grocery shop, not too far away.

The police are continuing their appeal to anyone in the community who may have seen Kadeem Pereira speaking with persons in the neighborhood, after leaving the store.

Persons are encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-8477.

After 2 autopsies, cause of Kadeem’s death still not known

The first post mortem that was carried out on Tuesday 8th October did not provide any conclusive evidence of the circumstances of his death, therefore a second one was ordered.

Now police are reporting that the final autopsy conducted on Kadeem by Forensic Pathologist Dr. Stephen Jones of Barbados, revealed that the cause of death is undetermined.

Dr. Jones’ confirmatory autopsy followed that of Resident Pathologist Dr. Marinodora of the JNF General Hospital, whose autopsy reached the same conclusion.

Ten year old Kadeem Pereira was last seen leaving the Rogers convenience store on the Island Main Road in Half Way Tree after 7 p.m. on Saturday, 5th October, 2013, after completing an errand for his mother at the grocery shop, not too far away.

The police are continuing their appeal to anyone in the community who may have seen Kadeem Pereira speaking with persons in the neighborhood, after leaving the store.

Persons are encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-8477.

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