Man Wearing Panties Executed in New Kingston

Jamaica Crime News, Kingston: The New Kingston Police say they are now asking members of the public for their assistance to identify a man who the police say is believed to be a cross-dresser, and who was discovered wearing panties and other female clothing. He was found shot to death in New Kingston on Sunday morning, April 22.

Investigators revealed that the victim is about 5ft 7ins tall, slim built and of dark complexion.

The deceased was clad in a blue dress, black panties, pink socks and black wig.  A pink purse was also seen beside the body.

Reports by the New Kingston Police are that about 12:55 a.m., residents alerted the police after they stumbled upon the body which was lying face down in a pool of blood along the sidewalk.

The police were summoned and upon arrival, it was discovered that the victim had multiple gunshot wounds to his upper body.

The deceased was transported to hospital where he was pronounced dead.


By Henry Bucknor

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