Kingston West Police Say Trench Town Double Murder Victims are Brothers 

Jamaica Crime News, Kingston: The Kingston West police have now confirmed that the two men who were shot and killed by gunmen in Trench Town on Thursday morning, April 26, are brothers.

The two brothers have been identified as, Akeem James, otherwise called “Zulu” 25-years-old unemployed and Damarley Wilson, 20-year-old laborer, both of Malicious Close in Trench Town.

It is reported that shortly after 4:00 a.m. on Thursday, the two brothers were among a group of persons at an establishment in the 10th Street area of Trench Town when they were attacked by heavily armed men.

The men opened fire hitting Wilson and James to their upper bodies before escaping in the area on foot.

The police were summoned and upon arrival, the wounded brothers were transported to hospital where they were pronounced dead.

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