St James, Jamaica (McKoy’s News)- Is King Evil’s Murder Connected To The Double Homicide In Catherine Hall? Catherine Hall. St James residents have been living in fear for weeks since the killing of notorious gangster King Evil, also known as Omar Lewis.
Things took a turn for the worse, when a little over two weeks later, an unknown assailant entered the establishment of 41-year-old nail technician Cleopatra”Keisha” Fletcher, and fired a hand gun hitting Miss Fletcher and her 52-year-old customer, Dawnette Shettleworth, and a 43-year-old JUTA operator. The two women succumbed to their injuries while the JUTA operator was left in critical condition.
“The two incidents seem like way more than coincidental, because on the night King Evil died, he was sitting outside Keisha’s shop in his vehicle, waiting to get his nails done” a source close to the victim disclosed.
Residents believe Miss Fletcher saw who killed Mr. Lewis, and that Miss Shettleworth was just an innocent bystander, in the wrong place at the wrong time. They believe the double homicide is no coincidence!
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Since January first this year, St James has seen a record breaking 273 murders, surpassing the 265 homicides reported last year.
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