Jamaica Crime News: Did MP Killed by Someone He Knew? – Detectives attached to the Portland police Division have now confirmed that People’s National Party, Member of Parliament for Eastern Portland, Dr. Lynvale Bloomfield, might have been killed by someone who he was close to.
One police source told our news team that there were no signs of forced entry at the two-story house, and also no sign of robbery at the premises.
Dr. Lynvale Bloomfield, who was 59-year-old, and resides at Paisley Gardens in Portland, was discovered dead by a helper on Saturday morning.
It is reported that shortly after 8:00 a.m., the gardener came to the house and mowed the lawn as he normally does.
The gardener noticed that the grill, and the front door to the house, were open but that did not arouse his suspicion and he continued to carry out his chores.
About 10:00 a.m., the helper arrived at work, and after having a chat with the gardener, she went inside the house and stumbled upon Dr. Bloomfield’s body, which was lying naked in his bedroom, in a pool of blood.
It is also stated that the water in his shower was still running, and there was a trail of blood leading from the bathroom to the bedroom.
The police were summoned, and upon arrival, it was discovered that Dr. Bloomfield had multiple stab wounds all over his body.
The scene was processed, and the lawmen discovered a black jacked along a footpath leading to the house. Dr. Bloomfield body was transported to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Dr. Lynvale Bloomfield was born in the parish of Trelawny, and attended Cornwall College institution in Montego Bay, in the 70es.
He also attended the University of the West Indies where he studied medicine and graduated as a medical doctor.
In the year 2011, he ran on the People’s National Party ticket in Eastern Portland Constituency, where he won the seat and has been the sitting Member of Parliament up to the time of his demise on Saturday.