Rapist On The Loose In Trelawny

Trelawny, Jamaica (McKoy’s News)- Rapist On The Loose In Trelawny: The Falmouth police in the parish of Trelawny is now in search of a taxi operator in connection with the Rape of a teenage schoolgirl in the parish on Thursday.

Investigations have pointed out that this alleged rapist who is now been sought is known so far only as (Jeffery) and plies the Florence Hall. Hyde Hall and Village areas of Trelawny. The taxi operator is accused of sexually molesting a 14 years old female student on Thursday, October 4th.
Reports are that about 12:00 noon on the above-mentioned date the 14-year-old student boarded a taxi being driven by the man (Jeffery) at Florence Hall.

It is further reported that on reaching a section of the Hyde Hall main road the driver diverted into a cane field. He then reportedly brandished a knife and held it to the student’s neck and forced her to remove her clothing. He then sexually molested her before driving away from the area. Sometime later the student made a report to the Falmouth police who have since launched a manhunt for the taxi operator.

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