Video: “Blood Stain” Killed in Hopewell

Jamaica Crime News:Blood Stain” Killed in Hopewell – The community of Hopewell in Hanover was placed on edge on Monday afternoon, of April 15, following the shooting death of another community member.

The latest victim to be killed in the community has been identified so far only as, ” Blood Stain ” fisherman of McQuarrie Drive, also in Hopewell.

Reports by the Sandy Bay police are that, shortly after 5:30 p.m., on Monday the man known as ” Blood Stain ” was walking from the directions of Hopewell fishing Beach, towards Hopewell Square.

On reaching the vicinity of Hopewell main Street and Pond Peace housing scheme, he was approached by three men travelling in a motor car.

The men opened fire hitting the victim multiple times to his upper body, killing him on the spot.

The gunmen then made their escape in the motor car.

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