CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Mon. Oct. 5, 2009: Jamaica police have arrested but not yet charged a 23-year-old man in connection with the murder of a British vice consul.
The man, whose name has not yet been released, has been arrested and is set to be questioned in connection with the murder of honorary British consul, John Terry.
Terry, 65, was found dead inside his home in Mount Carey, St. James on September 9. The arrested Jamaican is a resident of St. Catherine.
`The police are making arrangements to interview the suspect in the presence of an attorney and will conduct identification parades in the next few days,` said police in a statement over the weekend.
Gay right advocates in Jamaica had suggested Terry murder`s was a hate crime. But Jamaica police said that a letter found at the crime scene indicated to them that the diplomat`s death might have been the result of a lovers` quarrel.