Another man charged with cop’s murder
Constable Jermaine Brown

ST CATHERINE, Jamaica— Detectives assigned to the Major Investigations Division have arrested and charged a man with the murder of Constable Jermaine Brown, who was killed in Johnson Pen, Spanish Town, St Catherine on Friday, July 19.

READ: Policeman shot dead in St Catherine

Twenty-nine-year-old Ramone Powell, otherwise called ‘Trigger’, a tiler of Johnson Pen Road in the parish, was charged on Thursday with the murder of the constable after he was positively pointed out in an identification parade.

Reports are that Brown went to the Johnson Pen community in his private motor car about 4:50 pm when gunmen attacked him and shot him several times. He died on the spot

Powell’s accomplice, 19-year-old Giovanni Findlay, otherwise called ‘Joe’, of Kitson Town, St Catherine was previously charged on Friday, August 5 with the murder of Constable Brown.

READ: Man suspected of killing police constable charged

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