7 Females Murdered in Area One Division in Five Days

Westmoreland, Jamaica(Mckoys News)- 7 Females Murdered: Over the past five days a total of seven females including two teenaged girls have been brutally murdered by gunmen across the Area One Policing Divisions of St James, Hanover, Westmoreland, and Trelawny.

The police are now saying that despite the fact that they have seen the rise in the number of females being killed since the start of the year across Area Zone they still have to approach these murders through the normal procedures. According to one police source, it is very sad to know that these gunmen have now turned on our women and daughters in Western Jamaica, but from an investigative point of view a murder is just a murder and can only be treated as such.

The five-day attack on females started on Saturday, November 18, 2017, at Mother Lane in Cambridge in St James, where 46-yr-old Annmarie Johnson, Customer Service Representative, and her 24-yr-old daughter Shantoye Mckenzie were murdered at their home. Then on Sunday, November 19, 51-yr-old Pauline Bremmer of Revival District in Westmoreland was also gunned down about 11:30 p.m. at her home.

On Monday, November 20, gunmen again struck on Mcloud Lane in Cambridge, this time snuffling out the life of 17-yr-old Roxan Davis in broad daylight. On Tuesday, November 21, the bloodletting moved over to the parish of Hanover. This time armed men shot up a passenger bus snuffing out the life of 18-yr-old student Shanoya Murray and then a day later gunmen carried out a gorilla-like-raid on a family house in Kinloss District in the parish of Trelawny on Wednesday, November 23, killing 25-yr-old Anna Kay Williams.

Ella Daley, otherwise called Kim, became victim number seven when she was gunned down along the Blue Hole main road in Montpelier in St James on Friday, November 24, 2017.

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