‘Multiple Sharp Force Injury’ Cited In Murder Of Micoud Farmer

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Micoud farmer Earl Dennis whose body police found last week at his residence, died from ‘hemorrhagic shock secondary to multiple sharp force injury’.

That’s according to the result of a post mortem examination.

On Thursday, police charged Imran Anthony Compton for causing the death of Dennis, who was his uncle.

Police found the 50 year old farmer on his bed at his home in French Row, Micoud.

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Officers said Dennis had ‘apparent slash wounds to the neck.’

Headline photo: Earl Dennis


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