Kingston: One Dead, Two Injured in Denham Town Driveby Shooting

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Jamaica News, April 19, 2018 – Denham Town Driveby Shooting                                                           

Kingston, Jamaica(McKoy’s News) – One man was shot and killed and two other persons, including a female, was shot and injured during a drive-by shooting which occurred at a section of the Denham Town community on Wednesday night.

The police have reported that so far, the deceased has been identified only as “Fret Them” a popular in the street figure.

In the meanwhile, a female and another man who were also shot and injured are presently at hospital in serious condition.

Reports by the Denham Town Police are that, shortly after 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, all three victims were among a group of patrons outside a business establishment, at a section of the Denham Town community known as Four Storey.

It is further reported that, a light colored motorcar with several armed men on board drove up to them and the men opened fire on the group. The gunmen then escaped in the said motor car.

The police were summoned and upon arrival, all three victims were transported to hospital where the man known as “Fret Them” succumb to his injuries and the female and the other male victim treated and admitted.

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