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 »
Coldwell Banker Jamaica Realty and Caribbean Producers Jamaica (CPJ) hosted a reception last Friday at the newly opened CPJ Market, along Lady Musgrave Road, to celebrate their most successful year in business to date. The Jamaica Observer was on hand, capturing highlights of the swanky event.
(Photos: Marlon Reid)
Tom Tyler, CEO of Caribbean Producers Jamaica, shared company with Debbie Issa (left), wife of Coldwell Banker Jamaica
Realty’s CEO Andrew Issa, and realtors of Coldwell Banker Jamaica Realty (from second left), Barbara Clarke, Janet
Tomlinson, and Dawn Ruddock. (Photos: Marlon Reid)
Kim Mair (left), general manager at the American Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica, shared lens time with (from second
left) Anthony Watson and realtors Pat Matalon and Milton Cameron (right).
Grand Cayman Island-based Jim Reed, managing director of Coldwell Banker
Island Affiliates (right), and friends George Habib, managing director of Quality
Wall and Floor Products, Mark Weinberger (centre), graphic designer at
photocaribe.com, greeted our photog with warm smiles.
Coldwell Banker's Luke Issa paused for a photo with the lovely Jillian Levy.
Coldwell Banker Jamaica Realty's CEO Andrew Issa (left) exchanged notes with
Chris Ramson, assistant general manager of Chas E Ramson Ltd, during last
Realtor Roxanna Neita (left) and gal pal Jascene Williams, educator at Building
Blocks Pre-School, caught up over cocktails.
Gerard Fontaine (left), president of Fraser Fontaine and Kong Ltd, and Zander
Melville, finance director at Chukka Caribbean, paused from their convo to
acknowledge our lensman.
Our shutterbug snapped businessmen Gulu Chanrai (left) and Nick Scott, who
were deeply engaged in convo.
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