Belle Glade Man Wanted in Connection with Murder of Transgender Woman, “Bee Love” and Jamal “Jampack” Hubert, Captured in Palm Beach County

Jamson Richemond, 29 of Belle Glade, was apprehending on September 27, 2019 at approximately 9:00 pm. He is a suspect in at least two murders and was transported to West County Jail and booked on a warrant out of Henry County.

BELLE GLADE, FL – Deputies working in the City of Belle Glade assisted the Henry County Sheriff’s Office with apprehending what they are classifying as a violent offender, Jamson Richemond, 29, who is a suspect in connection with at least two murders.

According to WPTV News, Richemond, 29, is believed to be tied to the death of Bolman “Bee Love” Slater, a trans-gendered woman who was found dead on September 4, 2019 in her vehicle, in Clewiston, a city located about 115 miles northwest of Miami. The vehicle was badly burned to the point where it took investigators several days to identify her by dental records. Authorities also believe Richemond is tied to the death of Jamal “Jampack” Hubert, who was found dead in a Palm Beach County canal.


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Richemond, who is from Belle Glade, was transported to West County Jail and booked on a warrant out of Henry County.

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