Man charged with the murder of T & T teacher granted bail
The taxi operator charged for the murder of Trinidadian teacher Michelle Coudray Greaves was offered bail when he appeared in court today.
Ivan Taylor was granted bail in the sum of $400, 000.
A stop order has been placed on him, and the court has ordered that he report to the Whithorn police station on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Taylor is to return to the Montego Bay RM court on Monday, October 29.
He has been charged with abduction and murder, arising from the disappearance and subsequent killing of the schoolteacher.
Mrs. Coudray-Greaves, who is the daughter of a Trinidadian government official, was reported missing on Friday June 8.
Her burnt remains were discovered in a Montego Bay cane field three days later.
Dental records, and DNA tests confirmed her identity.