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Police impose widespread curfew

Saturday, December 08, 2012 | 10:15 AM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica - The Jamaica Constabulary Force has imposed curfews in several Police Divisions across the island

The curfews began at 7:00 pm Friday and will remain in effect until 6:00pm Sunday December 9.

In the St Andrew North Division under curfew are, Grants Pen, Castle Heights, Cassava Piece, Park Lane, Donmair Commons and 100 Sunrise

Under curfew in the Hanover Division are the communities of Bamboo & Lookout Point, Askenish, Haddington & Welcome, and Lucea.

The St Catherine North Division: Ellerslie Pen, St Johns Road/#75 – 91 Lanes, #54 to 70 St Johns Road/#41-55 Job Lane, Lakes Pen, Lauriston/Percy Bush, Wynter’s Pen, town centre Spanish Town, Dela Vega City and Gordon Pen.

Westmoreland Division: Mint Road & Crowder in Grange Hill, Bethel Town, 12 Street & Seaton Crescent in Savanna-la-Mar, Hertford & Bastard Cedar Walk in Petersfield, Russia in Savanna-la-Mar.

St James Division: Rose Heights, Flanker, Mount Salem, Norwood, Salt Spring, Granville

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