A Clarendon man who opened fire on two women in a house, killing one, will face the court to answer to charges stemming from breaches of the Offences Against the Person Act and the Firearms Act.
Reports emerging out of Trelawny is that it was an enraged jealous male who killed his former lover and her young lover in a murderous rage in Freeman's Hall in a brutal double homicide last month. Police have now charged the man in connection with the double murder of 50-year-old Sophia Bryan, otherwise called ‘Carol’, and 28-year-old Junior Bailey, also called ‘Bad Walk’.
Popular recording artiste Shaggy will host a press conference today at 5 pm at the Bustamante Hospital for Children to give the public an update regarding the $100 million charity donation that should have been handed over to the institution after the last charity concert almost two years ago.
St. Ann mother charged for dumping baby in latrine, but St. Mary mother not yet charged for same actWritten by claudemills
A St. Ann woman is now presently before the St. Ann Parish court answering to a charge of cruelty to a child.
The brutal rape of a 93-year-old woman in Keith district, Brown's Town has stunned the island. The senior citizen is currently in hospital recovering from the ordeal. Reports are that the woman was at home about 3 on Thursday morning, when she was attacked and sexually assaulted. St Ann is a popular tourist destination and is known for its low crime rate. He, however, expressed concern about the high number of criminal activities in the parish in recent times. Detectives from the Centre for the Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA), and from the Brown's Town police station are at the hospital with the woman.
Several firearms and a cache of ammunition have been seized across the country in the past 24 hours.
Thirty-five-year-old Corey Hanson, a businessman of Folly Road in Portland has been charged with Illegal Possession of Firearm and Ammunition.
A 17-year-old boy is to appear in the Family Court to answer to charges of Robbery With Violence after he was implicated in an incident on Oxford Road, St. Andrew on
Wednesday, November 6.
The security forces will be rolling out several new measures over the next eight weeks in an effort to ensure that Jamaicans enjoy a safe festive season.
Minister of National Security, Dr. Horace Chang is affirming that the security forces are moving swiftly to capture the perpetrators of the brazen and cruel murder of a man this morning (November 6) while he was dropping off his child at the Cornwall Gardens Basic School in Mount Salem, North West St James.
One firearm and several rounds of ammunition were handed over to the Harbour View Police on Monday, November 4 following an attempted robbery on Harbour Drive, Kingston 17.