Gun allegedly found in fisherman’s bedhead in Rae Town
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KINGSTON, Jamaica - A fisherman has been charged with breaches of the Firearms (Prohibition, Restriction and Regulation) Act following the alleged seizure of a weapon and several rounds of ammunition at his home on Friday.

Charged with possession of prohibited weapon and unauthorised possession of ammunition is 34-year-old Marvin Williams of William Street in Rae Town, Kingston 16.

Reports are that a joint police/ military operation was conducted in the area; during which one Taurus 9mm pistol with two magazines containing 24 rounds of ammunition was found wrapped in a chamois and placed at the back of a bed’s headboard in Williams' home.

Williams was subsequently arrested and charged and a court date for him is being arranged.

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