The two accused in the murder of WPC Nyasha Joseph have appeared in the Port of Spain Eighth Court to answer the charges.
Kenneth Browne, 38 and Melissa Browne, 28 appeared before Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar.
The case has been postponed to April 18th.
The accused were once married but are now divorced.
WPC Joseph's body was discovered in the Gulf of Paria last week Wednesday.
She had gone missing six days before.
The jury in the murder trial of former Xtra Foods CEO, Vindra Naipaul-Coolman, has returned a not-guilty verdict for eight of the 10 accused, while the other two are to face a retrial.
The verdict was handed down just before 5.30 this afternoon in the High Court.
Lyndon James and Earl Trimmingham will face retrials.
Shervon Peters, Devon Peters, Anthony Dwayne Gloster, Keida Garcia, Jamille Garcia, Marlon Trimmingham, Ronald Armstrong and Antonio Charles walked free.
One of the 11 men on trial for the murder of businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman was this morning freed.
After spending nine years in prison, Joel Fraser walked out of the Hall of Justice in Port-of-Spain a free man after presiding Judge Malcolm Holdip upheld his no case submission in which his attorneys said that the State had failed to present any evidence linking him to the crime.
Similar applications were made by the Fraser's co-accused when prosecutors closed their case last year. However, all except Fraser's were overruled by Holdip.