Man charged with chopping woman to death

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April 14, 2011

A 49-year-old building contractor accused of killing Nellie Mae Brown-Cox appeared before a magistrate yesterday.
Police allege that Prince Hepburn chopped Brown-Cox to death with a cutlass sometime between April 6 and 7.
Police found her mutilated body in the kitchen of an apartment on Bougainvillea Avenue, South Beach.
Hepburn appeared before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez shortly after his discharge from the Princess Margaret Hospital for alleged selfinflicted
injuries to both hands.
Shackled at the feet, Hepburn shuffled into the courtroom with his bandaged arms stretched in front of him.
Police could not handcuff Hepburn because of the bandages.
He also had a bandage on the left side of his ...

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News date : 04/14/2011    Category : Nassau Guardian Stories

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Niquez  Thu, 2011/04/14 - 05:37 PM

In the Bahamas they really need to start hanging........ if there is more hanging it will be less crime in my Bahama land!!!!

laine  Mon, 2011/04/18 - 10:28 AM

The truth is is that i believe that the public deserves to know the truth not some watered down version given by the media.I'm sorry that her family went through what they did.Nobody has the right to play God and treat another human being that way,but it's happening in our country everyday.Are our churches sleeping?What happened to the fasting,the warfare prayer and what happened to compassion?As for Prince Hepburn he deserves to be put underneath the jail...HE DOES NOT DESERVE TO STEP FOOT INSIDE THAT PRISON!

  Tue, 2011/04/19 - 11:45 PM

start hanging man our children are not safe!what's wrong with our government? enforce the law!!