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Police re-impose curfews

Friday, October 26, 2012 | 4:57 PM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The police have re-imposed curfews on the eastern section of the island as many of the areas remain without electricity following the passage of Hurricane Sandy.

The curfews, which begin at 6:00pm today and end at 6:00am tomorrow, October 27, are being used to deter looting and other criminal acts, the police say.

Below are the areas that will be affected:

ST ANN

• Ocho Rios

• St. Ann’s Bay

• Brown’s Town

PORTLAND

• Port Antonio

• Buff Bay

ST MARY

• Annotto Bay

• Highgate

• Gayle

• Oracabessa

• Port Maria

KINGSTON & ST ANDREW

• Downtown Kingston

• New Kingston

• Half Way Tree

• Industrial Estate

• Windward Road

• Rockfort

• Rollington Town

• Vineyard Town

• Franklyn Town

• Mountain View

• Harbour View

• Port Royal

• Bull Bay

• Cross Roads

• Papine

• Liguanea

• Three Miles

• Stony Hill

• Constant Spring

• Barbican

• Lawrence Tavern

ST CATHERINE

• Spanish Town

• Portmore

• Linstead

• Old Harbour

• Bog Walk

ST THOMAS

• Morant Bay

• Yallahs

• Seaforth

• Port Morant

• Bath

• Golden Grove

• Red Hills

•  Golden Spring

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