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Four killed in St. James

Barrington Flemming - Staff Reporter The parish of St. James continues to bleed with four men being killed by gunmen in separate incidents. A suspect...

Bloody Weekend

Barrington Flemming - Staff Reporter The parish of St. James is reeling from a rash of murders over a bloody weekend into Monday, which has...

FINAL DELIVERY-Popular gas man killed

Even as COVID-19 continues to be a growing threat across the island, forcing a lull to most serious crimes, criminals in the West refuse...

Another bloody weekend

Michael Nattoo - Staff Reporter While still in effect, the States of Public Emergency across Western parishes, particularly in St. James and Westmoreland, seem to...

More murders

Crime sleuths in St. James have been kept on their toes with another three murders committed in the parish in as many days, pushing the tally closer to the 120 mark.

‘Multi-sectoral approach needed for change in St. James’ – Chang

Minister of National Security, Dr. Horace Chang, says a coordinated multi-sectoral approach is needed for crime-prevention strategies to work effectively in St. James. Speaking at...

Murderous St. James

The other victims are 20-year-old Vardian Banton, otherwise called ‘Jason’ of Robert Reid Drive, Glendevon; twenty-nine-year-old Conrad Lawrence, otherwise called ‘Forty’of Belfont, Catadupa; 37-year-old Suzette Reid, vendor of Lindo’s Hill, Whithorn, Westmoreland and an unidentified man, also of Belfont.

‘The State of Emergency is not working’ – Hylton

Despite the ongoing Zones of Special Operations and the supposedly much-improved States of Public Emergency, citizens of western parishes, particularly those in St. James, continue to cower in fear, as the increased security presence appears not to be having its intended impact, with murders still occurring with some regularity.

Teen slain in Green Pond

Powell Sr. only received news of his son’s whereabouts the morning after the incident, when he was informed by a friend that his son had been fatally shot. Powell Sr. attempted to call Mark’s phone several times prior to being informed of his fate, but his calls went unanswered. It was then that he began to suspect something was amiss.

Double murder rocks Norwood

A case of reprisal seems to be the motive behind Friday’s killing of a man and a woman in Norwood, Montego Bay, St. James. The deceased...

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