Canadian mom implicated in Belize cop killing liked drinking with cops at a local bar
Photo by ALAIA RESORT /FACEBOOK Article content Francesca Matus liked Belize a lot.
Every November, the Keswick mother of two would hop on a plane to the sun and sand of her happy place and stay there until May.
On her last trip, she didn’t make it home. Instead, she and her American boyfriend were murdered and dumped in a sugar cane field. Their 2017 murders remain unsolved.
Another Canadian woman, Jasmine Hartin, loved Belize too.
Now, the 32 year old socialite who is in a common law relationship with the son of Belize’s richest man is languishing in horrid Hattieville Prison accused of shooting to death a cop.
San Pedro Police Superintendent Henry Jemmott was shot to death last Friday. Photo by SAN PEDRO POLICE /FACEBOOK What went down May 28 on a pier on the island of San Pedro remains a mystery. There has been a slew of conflicting reports and statements.
Sources told The Toronto Sun that already Lord Michael Ashcroft and his son Andrew may be trying to distance themselves from Hartin by pointing out the couple are, in fact, not married.
Article content While she remains an enigma, Hartin grew up in the area of Kingston, Ont., before taking to the road. A Calgary Herald glamour shot shows her at a society function in Cowtown.
The Crazy House Bar N Kitchen was the favored watering hole of Jasmine Hartin. Photo by CRAZY HOUSE /FACEBOOK And her family some are also in Manitoba and Alberta appear to have deep ties to Belize, particularly the country’s wild west real estate business.
What the cops allege is that early last Friday, Hartin was drinking with Ashcroft family friend, San Pedro Police Supt. Henry Jemmott, 42, on an island pier.
There was a gun, maybe some cocaine and death. Jemmott was killed by a bullet fired from his service Glock.
They found Hartin replica hermes belt and shoes
covered in blood. She is now jailed without bail and charged with negligent manslaughter.
His family claims it was murder.
More On This Topic HUNTER: Canadian mom jailed in Belize after high ranking cop shot dead Canadian socialite charged in slaying of Belize police boss HUNTER: No answers on 2017 Belize murder of Keswick woman While Hartin’s background in Canada is somewhat fuzzy, a clearer picture is emerging in Belize of a fun loving woman more at home with the sort of working class people she grew up with than the nation’s gentry.
According to the Daily Mail, the blond beauty shunned the Central American nation’s high society and instead liked drinking with cops at a watering hole famed for its marijuana laced cognac.
“Jasmine would come to Crazy House to relax. She was a regular customer for two years. I never had a problem with her,” owner Gene Lopez told the Mail.