Jamaica Crime News, St Ann: The St Ann police say they are now making an all-out appeal to a man known as “Bull” to turn himself over at the nearest police station, as quickly as possible.
“Bull” is wanted for the chopping death of his ex-girlfriend and her 12-year-old son, in the parish on Tuesday night, August 28.
The dead woman has been identified as Alesha Francis, otherwise called “Alicia” 32-year-old unemployed and her son Teco Jackson, both of Linton Park, Watt Town in St Ann.
Reports by the Watt Town Police are that about 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Francis was accompanied by her son Teco, her 6-year-old daughter and a male friend, to a nearby shop.
While returning from the shop, they were attacked by the alleged ex-lover known as “Bull”, who was armed with a machete.
“Bull” reportedly inflict multiple chop wounds to bodies of Francis and her son. The male friend intervened and he too was chopped, and his hand partially severed. The 6-year-old daughter managed to escape.
The wounded man ran and was chased by the raging attacker, but managed to elude him. The police were summoned and upon arrival, Francis and her son were both transported to hospital, where they were both pronounced dead.
Residents in the area told our news team that Francis and the man known as “Bull” was involved in a relationship some time ago.
It is further reported that earlier this year, he accused Francis of stealing money from him and she was arrested by the police. She was later released and “Bull” had vowed to kill her since then.
The Watt Town Police say they are presently still in search of the man known as “Bull”, who ran into bushes and has not been seen or heard from since.