Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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Murder in Granville

Twenty-two year-old Raheem Brown of Gordon Crescent, Granville in St James, was shot and killed in his community on Sunday.

The Granville police reported that about 6:30 am residents heard explosions and summoned the police. On their arrival, Brown was seen in pool of blood with multiple gunshot wounds to his upper body.

… Also in Montego Bay

Twenty-two-year-old labourer Raheem Brown otherwise called 'Prince' of Gordon Crescent, Granville, St James, was killed by unknown assailants on Sunday.

According to the Montego Bay police, about 7:25 am residents heard explosions in the area and summoned them. Brown was discovered with gunshot wounds and taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead.

… Another in Palmers Cross

Jermaine Morgan, otherwise called 'Bobo', a 27-year-old chef of Savannah Crossing, Palmers Cross, Clarendon, was shot and killed by unknown assailants on Sunday.

The May Pen police said about 8:20 pm Morgan was sitting in his small restaurant when he was approached by two armed men, who opened fire hitting him several times.

The police were alerted and he was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead.

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