Montego Bay Double Murder Victims Identified

Montego Bay Double Murder Victims Identified
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The St James Police say they have now made a breakthrough into the identities of the two men were shot and killed, and their bodies set on fire, in Zion community in St James, on Friday night.

They have been identified as 24-year-old Lascelles Kelly, otherwise called “DJ” of Top Road, and 28-year-old Jermaine McNaughton, of Vietnam, both in Barrett Town, St James.

Reports by the Barrett Town police are that about 8:30 p.m., on Friday, the McNaughton, Kelly and two other men were walking along a dirt road in the community of Zion, when they were ambushed by a group of armed men.

The gunmen opened fire hitting all four men, two of whom managed to run and hide into nearby bushes.

Kelly and McNaughton, who fell to the ground after been shot, were doused with gasoline and set on fire by the armed men.

The police were summoned and upon arrival, the other two injured victims rushed to a hospital, where they were treated and admitted in serious condition, and Kelly and McNaughton transported to the morgue.

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