Mother and Two Children Brutally Murdered in St Andrew

Jamaica Crime News, St Andrew: Detectives attached to the St Andrew North Police Division have now commenced a full-scale investigation surrounding the death of a female and her two children at their home in Tower Hill,  St Andrew on Wednesday morning of July 18th.

The victims have been identified as, Kashief Jackson, 29-year-old and her two children, 1 year and 11-month-old son,  Avier Williams and 7-day-old daughter  Aranza Williams, all of Tower Hill.

Reports by the Mavis Bank police are that Jackson resides with her baby father at a house in Tower Hill.  Seeing that she just had a baby girl,  the father who works out made several telephone calls to her cell phone on Tuesday night which went unanswered.

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He got very worried, called a friend and asked him to visit the house for him.  About 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday,  the friend went to the house and called Jackson,  but all his calls went unanswered.

He then went closer to the house and discovered both children lying motionless on the verandah of the house.

He noticed that the front door of the house was opened and upon looking inside, he discovered Jackson’s body.  The woman was lying in a pool of blood, on the floor of the room with multiple stab wounds to her upper body.

The police were summoned and upon arrival, they processed the scene. The three victims were all transported to hospital where they were pronounced dead.

In the meanwhile, neighbors of the deceased woman told the police that they last saw her alive on Tuesday afternoon.

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