Man Beheaded in Central Village

Jamaica Crime News: Man Beheaded in Central Village – The Central Village police have not yet released the name of a man who was beheaded in the community on Friday night into Saturday morning of February 9th,

Reports by the police are that about 7:00 a.m., on Saturday morning,  residents walking along Mandela Highway in Central Village, stumbled upon the head of a man along the roadway and alerted them.

The lawmen rushed to the location and upon their arrival, they stumbled upon the decapitated head in a cluster of grass, off the roadway.

Further investigations in the area led to the discovery of a headless body, which was seen lying on the bank of a canal.

One source told our news team that the series of murders is a reprisal for the murder of a man in the area on Thursday night

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