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The daughter-in-law of the conservative nobleman Lord Ashcroft was released on bail of $ 30,000 Belize (£ 10,500).
Jasmine Hartin, partner of Michael Ashcroft’s son Andrew, was charged with negligent manslaughter after the police superintendent was shot.
The 32-year-old must turn in her travel and other personal documents and will not be allowed to leave the country without the permission of the Supreme Court.
The bail terms also mean she has to come to the San Ignacio City, Cayo County Police Station every day.
Khartin was found on a dock near where the body of 42-year-old Superintendent Henry Gemmott was found early Friday morning in the city of San Pedro.
Police Commissioner Chester S. Williams told local media that a single shot was heard, “and during the investigation the police found the woman on the pier with blood on her hands and on her clothes.”
“Firearms were also seen on the pier, which were recovered and we learned that the firearms belonged to the police and were handed over to Mr. Gemmott,” he said at a press conference.
Hartin’s father-in-law Lord Ashcroft is a former vice chairman and a major financial sponsor of the Conservative Party.
He also holds Belizean citizenship and was once its representative to the United Nations.
Mr Williams added that the incident “seems more personal than an attack.”
“From what we know, they are friends. From what we did to understand what they were drinking. According to the results of the investigation, they were alone on the pier, and yes, they were both fully clothed. “
He said that Hartin “walked the pier in some emotional state. We believe it influenced her to some extent. “
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