The results of tests done on samples from the Kimberly Williams De Leon homicide investigation sent to St. Kitts for analysis are yet to be delivered to local lawmen.
Police commissioner Severin Moncherry says the results should be here by Thursday this week.
On November 23rd, Police Commissioner Severin Moncherry confirmed that samples were sent overseas for testing and that the results were expected the following week.
Nearly two months following the announcement by the top cop, results are still pending.
Kimberly De Leon was found at her Morne Fortune residence reportedly killed by a single gunshot to the head, even though residents report hearing several gunshots on the night of Monday October 29th.
During a conversation with commissioner Moncherry on Friday morning, he did confirm that a local police officer is currently in St. Kitts collecting the samples.
Investigators are hoping the results will shed light on what happened that fateful night

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