Green Island High Student Murdered in Negril

Jamaica Crime News, Westmoreland: Green Island High Student Murdered An 18-year-old, student who attended the Green Island High School in Hanover, was shot and killed by gunmen in his community in Negril, Westmoreland on Thursday night, March 21.

He has been identified as Kehian Pryce, a student of Hermitage district in West End Negril.

Reports reaching our newsroom are that shortly after 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, Pryce and another teen were sitting on a bench in a neighbor’s yard in Hermitage district, when two men rode up on a motorcycle.

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One of the men alighted from the motorcycle, brandished a gun and opened fire hitting Pryce multiple times.

The wounded teen and his friend managed to run from the yard, but he collapsed a short distance away in a neighboring yard. The gunman then made his escape on the waiting motorcycle.

The police were summoned and upon their arrival, the wounded teen was transported to the Savanna-la-mar hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

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  • Something need to be done about these Motor cycle, and the illegal Guns in their hands. It’s full time the Police, and Government go ahead of these criminals. They need to start monitoring these Motor Bikes, and their owner, and riders. These criminals are allowed to be killing innocent, hard working taxpayers of our Country, they soon kill off everybody as the mit says. Time is enough, all murderers, and rapist must be hang, since they stop hanging they feel that they must go around killing people freely. Government need to start seize these criminals assets and sell it and compensate the people or victims of criminals actions.

  • In medellin Colombia when Pablo Escobar was the cartel Drug King Pen they passed a Law in colombia that two people can not ride on a motor bike together because most assassinations were carried out by people on motor bikes right now thats what jamiaica needs to do and you are correct they need to bring back the death penalty and the most important thing they need to do is find and stop the source of these illegal guns coming into jamiaca where are these criminals getting this kind of fire power the whole country needs to be put under a state of emergency until they can rid themselves of these barbaric murderers

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