Police Release Women Without Charges in Belize Stabbing Death
Police have released twenty-five-year-old Feleecia Kerr and her mother, Farah Bonner, without charges for the stabbing death of Dean Halliday. On Saturday, Bonner and Halliday got into an altercation at their residence in Maxboro. Halliday reportedly attacked Bonner and inflicted multiple stab wounds on her before Kerr intervened and stabbed Halliday. The mechanic died on the veranda, and the women were detained. Assistant Commissioner of Police Hilberto Romero explained yesterday that the Director of Public Prosecutions had given directives for their release.
ACP Hilberto Romero, Officer Commanding Eastern Division: “An investigation was carried out. The file was sent to the DPP and after the investigation directives came that they both be released and they were released and not charged. Several videos were obtained. Interviews were conducted, statements were recorded and those were forwarded and after that that determination was made by the DPP.”