ST ANN, Jamaica- The St Ann Tax Office will remain closed today following a break-in at the St Ann’s Bay location.
The police are currently on the scene investigating the matter.
Customers are advised to instead use the Brown’s Town, Port Maria or Moneague tax offices to do transactions until the ...more »
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Four of the seven men listed Tuesday as persons-of-interest by the West Kingston Police turned themselves in on Wednesday.
The police have identified the four as:
Lester Charles Coke of 13 Crawford Avenue, Kingston 8;
Michael Christopher Coke otherwise called ‘Tittyman’ of 4 Burlington Ave., Kingston 10;
Tajair Freeman otherwise called ‘Wing’ of 36 Regent St, Kingston 14 and Ryan Duhaney otherwise called ‘Mad Dog’ and ‘Puppy Dog’ of a Maxfield Avenue address.
Still listed as persons of interest are Mark Watson Coke of the Denham Town and Tivoli Gardens area; Troy Vassell otherwise called ‘Basha’ of 5A Lot 41, Upper Regent Street and a man only known as Williams, otherwise called ‘Problem’ of a Denham Town address.
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