The Montego Bay police were, on Monday, called to the scene of another homicide in the city, with the brazen daylight killing of popular Montego Bay show promoter, 47-year-old Barrington Smith, also known as ‘Bounty’.
It is still a mystery to the police and relatives of 50-year-old farmer and construction worker, Raymond Deans of Roehampton district in South St. James, as to what could have led to his death, after his body was fished from waters in the North Gully below the bridge at the intersection of Harbour Street and Embassy Place in Montego Bay on Sunday morning.
Early one morning in 2002, Frederick Kelly left home in St. James and set out to work on a construction site in St. Ann, as he did many mornings before. This morning, however, was different. He suffered a mental breakdown and for weeks, or possibly months, he roamed the streets, eventually making his way to St. James. To this day, he has never returned home.
The organizers of Solar All-Inclusive Breakfast Party are doubling their efforts for the sixth edition of the event with a view of surpassing the one-million-dollar donation made to Cornwall Regional Hospital from the last staging.