The Falmouth, police in the parish of Trelawny, say they are urging the third suspect involved in the brutal gun murder of a business woman in Falmouth on Friday, November 2, to turn himself over to the police immediately.
The police have given the accused name so far only as “Bulby” laborer of a Falmouth address.
“Bulby” said to be one of three gunmen who shot and killed Jacqueline Cargill-Gardner, 50-year-old business woman of Florence Hall in Trelawny, to death.
His two accomplices were both shot, one fatal, by a licensed firearm holder who challenged them.
The dead gunman has been identified as, 30-year-old Phillip Grinnion, laborer of 2nd Street in Albion, St. James, while the identity of the other man who hails from Tower Hill in Reading, St James, has been withheld.
He is presently at hospital under police guard.
Reports are that about 4:40 p.m. on Friday, Cargill-Gardner who operated a Car Alignment and Car Wash along Four Shore Road in Falmouth, was at her business place when the three men forced their way inside her office.
The men brandished handguns and opened fire hitting the business woman multiple times. While in the process of making an escape from the scene a licensed firearm holder who was at the location, challenged the gunmen and an heated gun battle ensued.
The gunmen then fled the scene on foot and ran into a nearby swamp.
The police were summoned and upon arrival, Cargill-Gardner was pronounced dead at the Falmouth Hospital, and a search launched for the gunmen.
During a search of the swamp land, the lawmen discovered Grinnion and the other man, who were both wounded. One of the gunmen was found in possession of a Smith and Wesson 9mm pistol loaded with two live rounds.
They were both transported to the Falmouth hospital, where Grinnion was pronounced dead and the other wounded gunman admitted in serious condition.