Man in court after 4 years 2 brothers murdered

Richard Charan South Bureau

Thursday, August 20th 2009



Police have arrested and charged a man in connection with a double-murder case four years old.

Kareem Guadeloupe, 28, of Cap De Ville, Point Fortin, appeared in court yesterday charged with murdering brothers Neil and Nigel Siberan.

The brothers disappeared from their home at Syphoo Trace, Granville, on November 17, 2005. Police found a piece of rope and a blood trail at the back of the home. But despite a search involving cadaver dogs in a one mile radius of the house, nothing else was found.

This was until January 13, 2006 when the father of the dead men said he followed a dream that took him to a spot 150 feet behind the family home.

In a five-foot-deep grave, Neil, 25, and Nigel, 23, were found buried in an embrace.

An autopsy found both men, gardeners, were chopped to death.

Yesterday, Guadeloupe appeared before Point Fortin Magistrate Betsy Ann Peterson. He was charged by Corporal Corrie.

The mother of the Siberan brothers, Geta Siberan, was in court for the hearing. She wept.

The charges are that on a date unknown, between November 16, 2005 and January 13, 2006, Guadeloupe murdered the brothers.

Police Prosecutor Sgt Rohan Pardasie said a State attorney would be appointed in the case.

Guadeloupe is in prison custody and will reappear in court on August 28.

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