Thursday, January 22, 2015

Custodial dad wanted in death of 5-year-old daughter (Port Maria, St. Mary, Jamaica)

If you read the account carefully, it is obvious that DWIGHT COLEMAN is a custodial father. The clues:

1) It is reported that the child lived with the father at the address where her dead body is found. And there is no mention of the mother....

2) The cowardly father called HIS mother from his home phone and told her to "check" on the child, knowing full well she was either dead or critically injured. Then he took off and "disappeared." If the girl's mother had lived in the home, at some point SHE would have found the body making the call unnecessary. Or he could have called HER, but he didn't.

3) And, to reiterate the point, there is no mention of the girl's mother, who has been erased from the account entirely.

So how did this father acquire custody of this young girl? Who gave it to him? And what happened to the mother? Was she subjected to similar treatment? The odds are very high....

UPDATE: Child found dead in St Mary identified, police seek father

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 | 9:44 PM

Port Maria, St Mary — The body of a child which was reportedly discovered by a family member in her home in Frontier Heights Port Maria has been identified as that of five-year-old Crystal Coleman. The child’s body was discovered shortly after 1:00 pm on Wednesday, January 21.

The St Mary police are now seeking the child’s father to assist with investigations.

According to the St Mary police, Crystal resided at the given address with her 27-year-old father Dwight Coleman, who left the home on Wednesday afternoon shortly after making a call to his mother asking her to check on the child. This was done and the child’s body found.

The police say they suspect foul play in the death of the child. According to the police, there were marks of physical abuse seen all over the child’s body.

The whereabouts of Coleman was unknown up to late Wednesday evening. The police say they are appealing to Coleman to come forward as they believe he can assist with the investigations.