'Shotty' seriously injured in gun attack in Grants Pen
Ricardo Fearon, more popularly called 'Shotty', was shot and injured in Grants Pen on Saturday night.

KINGSTON, Jamaica —The Grants Pen police are currently investigating a shooting incident which left one man hospitalised in serious condition.

The injured man has been identified as Ricardo Fearon, more popularly called 'Shotty' from Sufferers Heights, Central Village in St Catherine.

According to police reports, Fearon was shot and injured on Saturday night while visiting his girlfriend at a premises on Grants Pen Road. Police say Fearon was at the rear of the premises when a car drove up. One man alighted from the vehicle and gunshots were heard shortly after. Fearon was later discovered suffering from gunshot wounds to his head and hand.

He was taken to the hospital by police where he was admitted in serious condition.

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