Three young men, one of whom was already in jail on a murder rap, were earlier this week charged with the murder a man who went missing in 2011. Police informed on Wednesday (Nov 20) that Keith Murray, 26, Denroy Simmonds, 27, and Nicholas Riley, 23, all of Challengers Village were formally arrested and charged for the murder of George Livingston Queeley of Trafalgar, which was allegedly committed on January 27, 2011. Ironically Riley is awaiting trial for the murder of Kevaughn Pemberton, 24, an Old Road resident who went missing in the Challengers area on June 18, 2012. Riley, along with three other Challengers residents- brothers Keithroy “Keithy”Phillip and Kenrick “Mighty Links”Phillip, and Darrel “Gaps”Sutton, were charged with killing Pemberton even though his body had not been recovered at the time. Queeley was reported missing in January 2011 and sources have indicated that the human remains discovered last Thursday (Nov 14) in Challengers Mountain may have been identified as the missing man. Police had informed that the skeletal remains appeared to have been there for some years. The Observer inquired of Police Public Relations Officer Inspector Lyndon David if last week’s find was in fact the remains of Queeley. “With regard the remains found last week the investigation into that matter is still ongoing,”he said. When asked in the three men were charged based on the discovery of human remains, believed to be that of Queeley, the PRO said the men were arrested based on “evidence gathered”in the missing person’s case. “Queeley was someone who went missing some time ago and that matter was being pursued, and based on evidence we were able to gather these persons were charged for his murder,”he said.