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R.I.P. Father Brown

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Charles Brown

On Wednesday of last week retired Roman Catholic priest Father Charles Brown went missing.  On Thursday his abandoned vehicle was found in the Plantation Heights area in St. Andrew.  A search was launched for the missing priest who was last seen dressed in multicolored short sleeve shirt, blue pants and a pair of black shoes.

Today Monday July 29, Police Investigators report that they have found a decomposing body in Plantation Heights strongly believed to be that of Father Brown.  In is really sad that someone who has served his communities so well should have been treated in this manner.  Given the circumstances surrounding his death my conclusion is that Father Brown was just another victim of crime.  Another person killed and left by the wayside to rot.  This is a case of yet another senseless killing!  When will it end, or better yet will it ever end?

Father Brown was a very straight forward, honest and caring man who did not deserve to die in this manner.  May his soul Rest in Peace.

To the perpetrator or perpetrators of this crime I say to you, you  can

run but you cannot hide.  God knows who you are and you will be rewarded according to your deeds.

Sleep Well Father Charles Brown.  You are gone but you will never be forgotten!

 

 

 

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. Thanks for this update. I was following this story. It’s a sad ending. We will continue to pray for his family and that justice is served to the murderer(s).

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  2. Truly sad. May his soul rest in peace

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  3. Father Brown was my dear dear uncle and my mum’s youngest sibling. Our family has been devastated by this tragedy. Thanks to everyone for your thoughts and prayers.

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    • marvaseaton says:

      My condolences to you and your family. Father Brown had been our priest at St. Anthony’s in Port Antonio. He was a very nice person and did not deserve to die like that. May his soul Rest in Peace!

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