Man believed to be Duppy Film fatally shot in St Thomas

Sunday, September 24, 2017

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ST THOMAS, Jamaica — Reports reaching OBSERVER ONLINE are that a man, believed to be the infamous Marlon 'Duppy Film' Perry, has been killed.

The police have only been able to confirm that an individual was shot dead in confrontation with the police in Port Morant, St Thomas.

However, reports reaching OBSERVER ONLINE are that the individual is reputed leader of the 'Duppy Flames' gang, Perry, whose body was supposedly found with a AK rifle and two handguns.

Perry was wanted in connection with the murders of Corporal Kenneth Davis, who was assigned to the Protective Services Division, and Constable Craig Palmer, who was assigned to the Kingston Western Division as well as several other crimes.

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