Police Seeking Public Assistance to Identify Man Stoned to Death in Kingston 

Jamaica Crime News, Kingston: The Half Way Tree Police say they are now appealing to members of the public for their assistance,  to identify the body of a man who died after he was stoned by another man, while walking along a section of St Lucia Avenue,  in Kingston 5 on Sunday,  August 5.

The victim is of dark complexion,  believed to be in his late fifties and about 5ft-8ins tall.

At the time of the incident,  he was clad in black pants and barefooted.

Reports by the police are that about 2:25 p.m. on Sunday,  August 5,  the victim was seen walking along a section of St Lucia Avenue when an argument developed between himself and another unidentified male.

The unidentified attacker reportedly reached for a large stone which he used to strike the victim in the regions of his head,  before fleeing the scene.

The police were summoned and upon arrival,  the wounded unidentified man was rushed to hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The police are now asking anyone with information or who can assist in identifying the victim,  to contact them at 926-8184-5, or 119 or the nearest police station.

Recently Published

Husband Admits To Sleeping With Wife’s Sister
After Homeless Woman’s Desperate Plea Goes Viral, Strangers Drive For Hours To Find Her [Video]

After Homeless Woman’s Desperate Plea Goes Viral, Strangers Drive For Hours To Find Her [Video]

Homeless mother Melena Johnson from St. Louis, Missouri has been living on the streets for over a year and seemingly lost every spark of hope, but one interview with the FOX 2 news station has started to turn her life around. Reporter Elliot Davis took an interview of the homeless woman and shared it online. […]

Man on the Run

St Elizabeth Man on the Run Following Stabbing Incident

Jamaica Crime News, St Elizabeth: A heated conflict between a 26-year-old man and a 25-year-old man at a dance. which was being held in Warminister district in St Elizabeth on Saturday night, December 8, resulted in one of the men being stabbed almost to death and the other being sought by the police. Reports by the […]

DSC4568790

Aviation Industry Continues to Meet Intl. Standards

Jamaica News: Deputy Director General of Regulatory Affairs at the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA), Rohan Campbell, says the organisation is on a constant thrust to ensure that the island’s aviation industry continues to meet international standards.   He was addressing a JCAA Flight Safety Symposium,  held at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, St. […]

Education Minister Says Diaspora Poised to Play Dual Supporting Role

Education Minister Says Diaspora Poised to Play Dual Supporting Role

Jamaica News: Education, Youth and Information Minister, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, says the Diaspora is uniquely poised to play a dual role of supporting education, while helping with the growth of tourism. Addressing the 24th annual fundraising scholarship gala and awards ceremony organised by Children of Jamaica Outreach (COJO), on December 1, at the Hilton […]

pitkin7890

Custos says there will be Harsh Penalties for Unethical JPs

Jamaica News: Custos of St. James, Bishop the Hon. Conrad Pitkin, says there will be harsh penalties for Justices of the Peace (JPs) who are inclined to be unethical in carrying out their duties. Speaking at a recent Specialised Training for Justices of the Peace at the Montego Bay Convention Centre, St. James, Custos Pitkin […]