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St James Police Say “Not Nice” was Behind Several Montego Bay Murders Committed

St James Police Say “Not Nice” was Behind Several Montego Bay Murders Committed

St James, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Montego Bay Murders: The police in the parish of St James told Mckoys News that the man who was shot and killed in the Montego Bay Transport Centre on Sunday morning (November 26, 2017) was behind several murders, shooting incidents and armed robberies which took place in Montego Bay over the past few months.

According to the police, the deceased 30-yr-old Brian Lewis otherwise called (Not Nice or Bigga) of Pitfour district has been identified as the person behind more than four murders committed in Montego Bay over a period of time including the shooting death of Chad McKenzie a 23-yr-old fisherman of Ice Cream Shop in Rose Heights.  McKenzie was shot and killed along the Fisherman Beach off Howard Cooke Boulevard on Tuesday, October 24, 2017, at 9:30 p.m.

Investigators also mentioned that since the death of Lewis they have managed to clear up some of these murders and shootings. Also, most of the gun-related crimes that have been taking place around the vicinity of the Fisherman Beach and in the Howard Cooke Boulevard areas have ceased.

The deceased gunman Brian Lewis was shot and killed by unknown assailants while walking across the compound of the Montego Bay Transport Centre about 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, November 26, 2017.

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