Police say early investigations suggest that a man killed in South East Clarendon was slain because of a dispute and not over politics.
Dead is Paul Henry who was shot and killed in Rocky Settlement, Monday night, about 11:30.
Claims have been made that Henry, a Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) worker and activist was killed because of partisan politics.
However, Snr Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay, head of police communications said early investigations showed there was no political motive behind the killing.
She said it appeared Henry was killed because of a dispute with other fisher folks. The Snr Superintendent said reports are Henry had been threatened over the dispute.