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Guyanese double murder suspect cuts bandage off foot, escapes – Guyana Times

Guyanese double murder suspect: Jason Isaacs

A man, who is wanted in both Guyana and neighbouring Suriname for two separate murders, has escaped from authorities in the Dutch-speaking nation.
Jason Isaacs, who has a local address of Bristol Street, East Canje, Berbice, was shot on October 13, in Paramaribo as Police were arresting him for an alleged shooting incident in the country’s capital.
Isaacs was hospitalised at University Hospital, which is also called the Academic Hospital of Paramaribo, since then and last Saturday he escaped.
Information reaching this publication stated that Isaacs, who was purportedly under guard, used a small window of opportunity to cut the Plaster of Paris off of his leg and limped out of the hospital unnoticed.
Online news websites in the Dutch-speaking territory reported that Police are on the hunt for Isaacs but they have not reported whether Police have issued a wanted bulletin for the fugitive.

The Suriname hospital from which the murder suspect escaped

Isaacs reportedly shot and killed 39-year-old Curtis Brown also called “Big” or “Cats”, formerly of Queenstown, Corriverton, Corentyne, Berbice, who was at the time trying to part a fight outside a nightclub on October 13, in Paramaribo, Suriname.
He was reportedly shot in the leg by authorities after he resisted arrest and was subsequently hospitalised.
Back in 2021, the Guyana Police Force issued a wanted bulletin for Isaacs for questioning in relation to the murder of Hemraj Pardesi.
Pardesi, also known as “Prem”, 67, who would usually travel back and forth between Guyana and the United States, was found lying face down in his yard on August 3, 2021, at Reliance Settlement, East Canje, Berbice, with blood oozing from his nose with duct tape around his neck.
Twenty-three-year-old Malisha Dutchin of Reliance Settlement, East Canje, and 32-year-old Mario Bissoondyal were subsequently charged with that murder.
It had been reported that Bissoondyal had confessed to the crime and in so doing implicated Isaacs. (G4)

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