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Curfew imposed on August Town, St Andrew

Sunday, July 27, 2014 | 9:30 AM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The police have imposed a curfew on the community of August Town in the St Andrew Central Division. The curfew began at 6:00 pm Saturday, July 26 and will remain in effect until Monday, July 28.

The boundaries of the curfew are as follows:

West from 10A Goldsmith Villa Road (vicinity an unfinished two storey building) north along Bryce Hill Lane to a gravel heap in the vicinity on an unpainted concrete wall;

South from #25 August Town Road (red gate) west using an imaginary line to 10A Goldsmith Villa Road (vicinity an unfinished building);

East from Minzie Lane south along August Town Road to #25 (red gate); and north from a gravel heap and an unpainted concrete wall on Bryce Lane east using an imaginary line to August Town Road in the vicinity of Minizie Lane.


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