Trelawny Woman Charged For Stabbing Sister to Death, Granted Bail

Twenty-three-year-old student, Osheen Crawford, the Trelawny woman charged with the murder of her 19-year-old sister, Kimberly Crawford, was offered bail in the sum of $800,000 when she appeared in the Trelawny Parish Court in Falmouth on Thursday.

She was offered bail with one or two sureties. She is scheduled to reappear in court on Thursday, March 15.

Reports are that about 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 3, the elder sister was reprimanding her sibling about staying out late at nights, when the argument escalated into a fight.

The younger sister allegedly smashed a mirror and used a piece of the shattered glass to attack her sister. A knife was subsequently brought into play, which was used to stab the 19-year-old in the neck.

She was taken to hospital, where she was pronounced dead. The elder sister, who initially fled the scene, reportedly went to a clergyman, who handed her over to the Ulster Spring police.

She was subsequently slapped with the capital charge.

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