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Monthly Archives: January 2022

Bloody Friday as St James records three murders in 24 hours

MONTEGO BAY, St James — St James recorded three murders in the space of 24 hours on Friday, pushing its murder tally to 31 — an average of over one killing per day — since the start of the year. The parish is leading the police divisions across the island in homicides.

Over 200 wanted persons roaming the streets- JCF 

The police high command is reporting that it has intelligence that suggests that there are over 200 wanted criminals possibly rooming the streets of Jamaica.

Search on for BMW driver after cops seize high-powered rifles

Police have launched a search for the driver of a BMW motorcar following an operation that led to the seizure of an

18 more COVID-19 deaths, 584 new cases 

Eighteen more COVID-19 deaths have been recorded in Jamaica, increasing the tally to 2,635.

Man on bail on gun charge allegedly opens fire inside police station

Two days after a man allegedly discharged an illegal firearm inside the Cross Keys Police Station in Manchester, he is still at large and being sought by the police.

Pregnant woman jumps from out-of-control truck

SPUR TREE, Manchester — Three people, including a pregnant woman, were hospitalised Wednesday following a two-vehicle accident on the Spur Tree Hill main road., pub-0506098242811370, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0