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Two more charged in teen’s death

Police believe more than one person is responsible for murdering Dillon Blair Jewett.

Police believe more than one person is responsible for murdering Dillon Blair Jewett.

Just after noontime yesterday, the RCMP announced two more first-degree murder charges in the killing of Jewett, an 18-year-old Dartmouth man found shot to death near the East Uniacke Quarry Oct. 3.

Police arrested Kyle Brian Gowen, 22, and Steven Shaun Gowen, 21, both of Eastern Passage, on Saturday morning. They were each charged with first-degree murder yesterday after being questioned by investigators.

Amanda Allison Greene, an 18-year-old from Eastern Passage, was charged with first-degree murder in relation to Jewett’s death last week.

RCMP spokeswoman Sgt. Brigdit Leger said there are no further arrests coming.

“The investigators believe, based on the information gathered, that the individuals responsible for Dillon’s death are before the courts,” she said.

As with the arrest of Greene, police are being tight-lipped about details of the case, including the relationship between the victim, Greene, and Kyle and Steven Gowen, who are reportedly brothers.

Police arrested Steven Gowen at a residence in Eastern Passage. Kyle Gowen was taken into custody at the Irving Mainway gas station in Eastern Passage, the same place Greene was arrested the previous weekend.

A manager at the gas station refused comment when contacted by Metro yesterday.

On Greene’s Facebook page, she and Jewett are described by another user as first loves. Greene, a first-year Dalhousie University student, is now in a relationship with Kyle, CTV is reporting.

 
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