Grenada Man In Headless Case Slapped With Murder Charge

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CaribWorldNews, ST. GEORGE`S, Grenada, Thurs. May 6, 2010: A 32-year-old Grenada man who walked into a police station with two severed human heads in a plastic bucket will appear in court this morning.

Police allege Steve Gory presented the severed heads of two local men to horrified officers at the Grenville police station on Monday night. He was detained immediately.

On Wednesday, authorities charged St. Andrew parish resident with two counts of first-degree murder.

Gory, police allege, beheaded the owner of a local tavern and a farmhand. Their hacked-up, headless bodies were later found in a field by cops.

No possible motive has been so far released for the macabre killings that has shocked islanders.

Grenada`s Prime Minister and Minister for National Security, Tillman Thomas, has expressed sympathy to the families of the two victims.

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