Curfew imposed in sections of St Andrew South

ST ANDREW, Jamaica – A 48-hour curfew has been imposed in the Payneland community of the St Andrew South police division.

The curfew began at 6:00 pm on Friday, December 2 and will remain in effect until 6:00 pm on Sunday, December 4.

According to a release from the Jamaica Constabulary Force, the boundaries of the curfew are as follows:

NORTH: Along Waltham Park Road & Selassie Drive (via Howard Avenue) from Mongoose Town & Delacree Lane to Oakland Road.

SOUTH: Along Spanish Town Road from Oakland Road to Mongoose Town & Delacree Lane.

EAST: Along Oakland Road from Waltham Park Road & Selassie Drive (via Howard Avenue) to Spanish Town Road.

WEST: Along Mongoose Town & Delacree Lane from Spanish Town Road to Waltham Park Road & Selassie Drive (via Howard Avenue).

Persons within the boundaries of the curfew are reminded that they are required to remain within their premises unless otherwise authorised in writing by the ground commander.

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