The police have reported that the 23-year-old man arrested on Friday as suspect in the death of 35-year-old Jimmy Denis which occurred at Beau Vallon last Wednesday night appeared before the court yesterday morning and has been remanded until June 3.
Investigations carried out by the police have revealed that Denis and the suspect had been involved in a one on one fight prior to the deceased being found with a bloody face on the beach in the Boat House vicinity.
Postmortem carried out yesterday on Mr Denis have medically established that he died as a result of severe bilateral pulmonary edema and hemorrhage, aspiration of blood and also severe head and neck trauma.
The postmortem result carried out on 77-year-old Marlene Lionnet, victim of a fatal accident which was reported in the Anse aux Pins district on Sunday afternoon, has been medically established that she died as a result of lung and heart injuries caused by broken ribs and also hemorrhage in the head.
Meanwhile her grandson, driver of the car involved in the accident in which she was the passenger, is admitted in D’Offay Ward while investigation in the case continues.
Sunday’s accident brings to four the number of fatalities recorded this year.
Earlier deaths due to accidents this year have been recorded in Victoria, Roche Caiman and Praslin.