Residents Say Police Killed Wrong Farm Clarendon Man

UNIDENTIFIED GUNMAN FATALLY SHOT IN ST. JAMES
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Clarendon, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News)Police Killed Wrong Farm Clarendon Man: Residents of Farm district in Clarendon are accusing the police of killing a man on Tuesday evening, December 5.

Community members say Tyrone Williams a 32-year-old residents of Farm, also called “Red-man” or “Brown-man” of Walter Lane was mistaken for a wanted man in the area with the same alias.

The Clarendon police have called this allegation false.

Reportedly, police say they were alerted to shots being fired in the area about 6:30 pm and went to the community to investigate, where they found Williams dead along the roadside.

The police further say they came under gunfire while they were on the scene by the same men whom they believe killed Williams.

A gunfire battle ensued between the police and the gunmen, but the men escaped, leaving behind two .38 guns and a magazine containing three rounds.

On that same day the Clarendon police say four men were also arrested.

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