Fisherman charged with woman’s murder, injury of a man
KINGSTON, Jamaica— A 27-year-old fisherman has been charged with the murder of a woman and the injury of a man after he and two other gunmen reportedly attacked them during an incident on Orange Lane in Kingston on Sunday, October 1.
Dead is 31-year-old Anique Walters, a security supervisor of Nelson Street, Kingston 14.
Charged is Keimo Jaydean of Mill Lane in Denham Town, Kingston. He is charged with murder, wounding with intent, use of a firearm to commit a felony, illegal possession of firearm and ammunition.
Reports are that about 10:50 pm, Walters was a passenger travelling in a motor vehicle which was being driven by a man. Upon reaching a section of the roadway, they were reportedly pounced upon by Jaydean and two other gunmen who opened gunfire hitting them multiple times.
The police were alerted and they were taken to hospital where Walters was pronounced dead and the man was admitted for treatment.
An investigation was launched and Jaydean was arrested. He was charged on Thursday, October 12 after he was questioned in the presence of his attorney.
Jaydean’s court date has not been finalised and his accomplices are currently being sought by the police.