Joint Military Kill Hanover ‘Rich Gang’ Deputy Gang Leader
Jamaica News, February 8, 2018
Hanover, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Hanover Rich Gang Deputy Gang Leader: One man who is said to be an alledged violence producer and who is second in command of an active gang operating out of Hanover, was fatally shot after he reportedly pointed an illegal firearm at members of a joint military patrol in Green Island.
The deceased has been identified as Fabian Clarke, otherwise called,”GoFah” or “Bailo” of Cove District also in Green Island.
Clarke is alleged to be second in command of the “Rich Gang” which operates out of the Green Island area.
Reports are that shortly after 3:45 p.m., on Wednesday, February 7, a joint military team was carrying out patrols along sections of the Cove main road in Hanover when they signalled a bus to stop.
It is further reported that upon seeing the patrol Clarke pulled a handgun from his waistband and pointed it in the directions of the security team.
The security team took evasive action and opened fire hitting the gunman to his upper body.
The illegal weapon was taken from the wounded gunman who was transported to the Noel Holmes hospital where he was pronounced dead.