The Jamaican man wanted for the country’s third murder for the year is now in police custody.
Murder suspect Anthony Boyd turned himself in to Police Headquarters shortly before 5 Monday morning.
Boyd is the spouse of Althea Henry who was murdered at her Cashew Hill home on Sunday evening.
She was found with several wounds and is the country’s third homicide victim since the start of the year.
In 2017 Boyd was charged with the attempted murder Henry, who was 47 at the time.
The charge was brought against Boyd, after Henry was found in a “bloody and bruised state” in Radio Range, the police said in a STRATCOM release.