Honeymoon Killing: 2 Women Charged
Two women have been charged in the brutal killing of two British honeymooners on the Caribbean island of Atigua last month. No more information is available at this time, but it has been revealed that the women were found with items from the couple's home. It seems unlikely that these two were the ones who actually carried out the murders, so time will tell if this arrest will lead to the arrest of the people who did teh killing.
TWO women have been charged over the honeymoon murders of Ben and Catherine Mullany.
The pair appeared in court in Antigua yesterday accused of offences linked to the double shooting - believed to be handling stolen goods.
Inspector Cornelius Charles said he expected more arrests following the breakthrough in the three-week investigation.
Neither woman was named at the brief hearing on the Caribbean island.
Sources said they were arrested after being caught with items taken from the British newlyweds' rented cottage during the 5am robbery.
Charles said: "The investigation into the murders of Benjamin and Catherine Mullany has been ongoing.
"Two females appeared before the chief magistrates at St John's magistrates court, having been arrested and charged with offences connected to the murders.
"At this stage, we are not in a position to disclose any further information as the inquiry continues."