Jamaican New, February 7, 2018
St Andrew, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) — Gunmen Arrested in Red Hills Murder: St Andrew Police Investigators state that they have made two arrests in the Red Hills shooting, where gunmen on January 2, opened fire on a taxi, killing the driver and his passenger, a St Andrew businesswoman.
The two alleged gunmen who sources believe were contract killers are now in police custody, after the murder of St Andrew businesswoman Simone Campbell-Collymore and taxi operator Winston Walters of Stilwell Road, St Andrew.
Gunmen Arrested in Red Hills Murder: According to the Criminal Investigations Branch (CIB), one of the alleged gunmen was fingered in an identification parade.
Reports are that on January 2, at about 4:00 pm, Mrs Campbell-Collymore was travelling in a taxi on Stanley Terrace, Red Hills, in the parish of St. Andrew, driven by Mr Walters and heading to her home, when gunmen attacked them with gunfire.
HUSBAND SHOT AND INJURED
Later, on January 19, her husband Omar Collymore was shot and injured along with another man in the car that he was travelling, in the parking lot of Allied Insurance Company on Belmont Road, also in St. Andrew.
Sources say the car was severely shot-up, but the occupants received minor injuries. Mr Collymore was allegedly on his way to collect a large insurance money paid out by Mrs Campbell-Collymore’s business.
Mr Collymore, a Barbadoes national, who hails from the United States has been questioned by police detectives in connection with his wife’s murder and is now wanted in connection with the murder of Simone Campbell-Collymore and Winston Walters.
According to a police report, an arrest warrant has been issued for the arrest of Omar Best Collymore.
The Police are appealing to Omar Collymore to turn himself over to the police immediately.
Omar Collymore is asked to immediately report to the Constant Spring Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB), the Major Investigation Division, or the Criminal Investigations Branch (CIB) Headquarters at 2 Oxford Road, Kingston 5.