KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Police Monday morning found a Glock 9mm pistol hidden in a garbage bin in Olympic Gardens, Kingston 11.
The Olympic Gardens Police report that about 11:45 am, lawmen acting on information conducted an operation in the area. A garbage bin was searched during the operation and the weapon was found inside ...more »
KINGSTON'S corporate socialites joined real estate broker and director of Azanell Properties Doreen Buchanan for a birthday celebration of epic proportions last Saturday. Held at her gorgeous abode in Norbrook, the event was one we'll be talking about for a long time. Saturday Social shares more photos from the elegant affair..
Major Richard Reese must have
thought himself a lucky man when
he won a raffle at the bash. The
prize? A dance with the lady of the hour, Doreen Buchanan.
Flashing brilliant smiles our way was
birthday celebrant Doreen Buchanan
(centre), and Richard and Doreen Peters of
Rich Construction and Classic Security.
Head of the National Transport Centre (NTC) Victor Green and Dawn Buchanan in a warm
embrace at her birthday bash last Saturday. (PHOTOGRAPHER: WILLIAM FOSTER)
Buchanan blushes as she is serenaded by Fab 5 lead singer Oliver Smoothe at her birthday
Gal pal Dayn Moore, who flew in from New York City for the
celebration, is served a drink at the bar.
Buchanan joins her friends (from second left) Major Richard
Reese; his wife Pamela, owner of Jetaway Travel; Colin
Newman, general manager of Ueshema Coffee Company; and
Glen McLeish, financial consultant for a group photo.
Showing her appreciation for a delicious meal,
Buchanan shares lens time with gourmet chefs and
party caterers Courtney Virgo and Kay-Ann Butler.
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