UPDATE: Cop killed on Waterloo Road identified

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The name of the police constable who was killed early this morning on Waterloo Road in St Andrew has been released.

He is Constable Deron Henry who was reportedly on suspension from the police force where he was a member of the Motorised Patrol Division.

Read: Policeman shot dead on Waterloo Road

He was reportedly killed at the Terra Nova Hotel parking lot about 3:25 am while working as a security guard.

Information reaching OBSERVER ONLINE are that the management saw a car parked on the premises and alerted Henry who reportedly went to make checks.

He was fired on by armed men who were inside the vehicle.

He reportedly received shots in his neck and died while undergoing treatment at hospital.

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