Police have confirmed that a 25-year old fisherman today appeared before Siparia Magistrate, Margaret Alert, charged with the murder of schoolboy, Darian Nedd, whose charred remains were found in the burnt-out ruins of a wooden structure at Deo Bruce Trace, South Oropouche, on Sunday 20th March.
The case against Roger Ragoopath of Red Brick Trace, South Oropouche, was postponed to April 26th, 2016.
Less than 24-hours after police launched a land, sea and air manhunt for the killers of 14-year-old Darian Nedd, two more suspects have been arrested.
Police confirm that the brothers, a 19-year-old and a 22-year-old were picked up on Sunday night.
The suspects of South Oropouche were kept in separate locations on Monday as homicide officers quizzed them for hours in connection with the crime.
Forced to go into hiding after witnessing a contraband deal, 14-year-old Darian Nedd finally met his death yesterday, after two men chopped off his limbs with a cutlass and then set fire to his home, leaving him to die.
The Form One student, of Red Brick Trace, attended the Siparia East Secondary School. His charred, dismembered body was found around 12.30 am, amid the ruins of the wooden house. His right foot and left hand were missing. It is uncertain whether he was still alive when the house was set on fire.