Gareeca Conita Gordon Biography – Wiki
Gareeca Conita Gordon is identified as the woman who with the help of her assistant Mahesh Sorathiya murdered a woman on a date between April 14 and May 12 2020 at her home address in Birmingham. She has been taken into custody following the discovery of the dead body of the victim in two suitcases dumped in the Forest of Dean.
Gordon, of Salisbury Road, Birchfield, Birmingham, spoke only to confirm her name, address, date of birth and Jamaican nationality.
Gareeca Conita Gordon, 27, of Birchfield, Birmingham, was remanded in custody to appear at Gloucester Crown Court on Tuesdayhttps://t.co/YqvEPu2ZtZ
— BBC West Live (@BBCBristol) May 16, 2020
She is 27 years old.
Gareeca Conita Gordon Assistant, Mahesh Sorathiya
Gordon’s assistant is identified as 38-year-old Mahesh Sorathiya who was also charged after a woman’s body was found in suitcases.
Sorithiya and Gordon were charged by Gloucestershire Police last night, having earlier been given an extra 36 hours to question them.
Gareeca Conita Gordon Suspected of Killing a Woman
Gordon is accused of killing a woman on a date between April 14 and May 12 2020, according to Cheltenham Magistrates’ Court.
She and her assistant were suspected after victim’s remains were found inside two bags on Tuesday night. The victim is believed to be 28-year-old Phoenix Netts.
The defendant, who wore a grey sweatshirt, sat behind a table at the Gloucestershire Police custody suite at Compass House for the videolink hearing.
Gareeca Conita Gordon Victim
Gordon’s victim is believed to be a woman from the Lozells area of Birmingham, and has not been named pending DNA results.
Gareeca Conita Gordon Court Appearance
The clerk of the court told the defendant: “You are here today in relation to one charge. It is said between April 14 and May 12 2020 at 20 Salisbury Road you murdered a person unknown”.
Her next court appearance is scheduled to be on May 19.
Gareeca Conita Gordon Into Custody
District Judge Joti Bopa-Rai remanded Gordon into custody and ordered her to appear before Gloucester Crown Court on May 19.
The victim could have died as long as a month before the body was discovered, the court was also told.
A Gloucestershire Police spokesperson said on Friday afternoon that further examinations are ongoing to establish the cause of death. DNA testing is also ongoing to identify the female victim.
A source close to the investigation told The Sun: ‘It was like a bloodbath, they found a circular saw and the woman had been cut up the middle’.
It was also suggested that attempts had been made to burn the body.
Police were alerted after a member of the public reported suspicions about a vehicle due to its erratic driving. The vehicle was located a short while later and two suitcases were discovered containing human remains.