Clarendon Farmer Executed in Presence of Common-law Wife

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Jamaica Crime News, Clarendon: Clarendon Farmer Executed A 36-year-old Clarendon farmer was shot and killed by gunmen in the clear view of his common-law wife, in Salt River district, Clarendon on Sunday morning, March 17.

He has been identified as Headly Brown, otherwise called “Gregory” also of Salt River district.

Reports by the May Pen police are that about 7:15 a.m. on Sunday, Brown was standing in his yard in the company of his common-law wife, when a motor car with three men on board pulled up outside his gate.

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Two of the men jumped from the vehicle and ran into the yard. The men brandished handguns and opened fire hitting Brown multiple times to his upper body, before escaping in the motor vehicle.

The wounded farmer was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead.

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