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Two-day curfew imposed

Tuesday, October 23, 2012 | 5:19 PM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Police have imposed several curfews to prevent illegal activities across the island.

The curfews begin at 6:00pm today and go until 6:00pm Thursday, October 25.

The affected areas are:

AREA 1

. Montego Bay

. Lucea

. Savanna-la-Mar

. Falmouth

. Duncans

. Clarkes Town

. Wakesfield

. Albert Town

. Grange Hill

. Darliston

. White House

. Hopewell

. Sandy Bay

. Green Island

AREA 2

. Ocho Rios

. Port Antonio

. Port Maria

. St. Anns Bay

. Browns Town

. Annotto Bay

. Highgate

. Gayle

. Buff Bay

. Oracabessa

AREA 3

. Mandeville

. May Pen

. Chapelton

. Lionel Town

. Frankfield

. Crofts Hill

. Christiana

. Spalding

. Porus

. Santa Cruz

. Black River

. Junction

. Balaclava

. New Market

AREA 4

. Downtown Kingston

. New Kingston

. Half Way Tree

. Industrial Estate

. Winward Road

. Rockfort

. Rollington Town

. Vineyard Town

. Franklyn Town

. Mountain View

. Harbour View

. Port Royal

. Bull Bay

. Cross Roads

. Papine

. Liguanea

. Three Miles

AREA 5

. Spanish Town

. Portmore

. Linstead

. Spanish Town

. Morant Bay

. Constant Spring

. Old Harbour

. Stony Hill

. Bog Walk

. Yallahs

. Seaforth

. Port Antonio

. Port Morant

. Bath

. Golden Grove

. Red Hills

. Barbican

. Golden Spring

. Lawrence Tavern

All persons within the affected areas should remain within their premises during the period of the curfews.

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