Police arrest woman over death in burned home


Tribune Staff Reporter


POLICE have a 21-year-old woman in custody in connection with the "suspicious death" of Ariel Lowe, who was discovered by firefighters with a "black cord" tied around her neck in her home on Carmichael Road on Monday morning.

Officer in charge of the Central Detective Unit Chief Superintendent Paul Rolle told The Tribune that police took a young woman into custody yesterday. However Mr Rolle would not say if the death has now been classified as a homicide.

A video showing Ms Lowe, a recent graduate of St Andrew's School, being abused by a woman, allegedly her lover, went viral on social media yesterday. In the video a woman, whose face was not seen, videotaped herself slapping and hitting Ms Lowe in the face and back.

Mr Rolle would not comment on whether the woman in the video is the same woman in police custody.



John 8 years, 3 months ago

What will the eventual impact of these Internet videos on our justice system, especially when it comes to jury selection?


jusscoolin 8 years, 3 months ago

With this latest senseless act it proves the amount of demons we have here running rampant in New Providence . So much deaths that are unthinkable .Made by persons we've known all our lives. We are turning to our selves asking ,this can't be normal who's next and what's next. Loving thy neighbor has been replaced by self -survival mode. The very thing our fore-fathers taught us back then has now been replaced by teachings of satanic forces. We must continue praying that all who go through whatever problems their going through get some help before their actions become a regrettable one.


Andrewharris 8 years, 3 months ago

This has not yet been classified as homicide.


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