Law enforcement officials are yet to receive the results of tests done on samples from the Kimberley De Leon murder investigation sent overseas for analysis. The results are expected to shed light on the 42 year old’s final moments.
The mother of two was killed at her Morne Fortune residence on October 29th.
No arrests have been made in the case although De Leon’s husband was initially brought in by police as a person of interest. This was based largely on what law enforcement says were past reports of “Domestic incidents.” The husband who is a police officer has since proceeded on administrative leave.
On November 23rd, Police Commissioner Severin Moncherry confirmed that samples were sent overseas for testing. The results were expected the following week.
The results he said should shed more light into the De Leon investigation.
Nearly two weeks later, police officials are yet to receive the results.
Meanwhile, family and friends continue to demand justice.
Williams-De Leon was shot and killed in her home on the evening of October 29th.
A post mortem examination conducted on the body of Kimberly De Leon revealed that she died due to a single gunshot wound to her head.