Jamaica News: The police in the parish of Trelawny have reported that the second man who was being sought as a Person of Interest in connection with the shooting death of a farmer in the parish on Saturday, July 28th, has surrendered to the police.
He has been identified as Roshane Williams otherwise called ” Shane or Bun Up “ of Sawyers district. Sawyers turned himself over to the police on Wednesday afternoon.
The other man, Ricardo Sturridge otherwise called (Tippa), turned himself over to the law on Saturday afternoon, July 28th.
Both men were been sought for questioning in connection with the murder of Michael Smith, 43 year old, farmer who resides at a section of Sawyers district known as Cottage.
The investigators further stated that Sturridge and Williams will be questioned in the presence of their Attorney’s on Friday, August 3rd followed by which criminal charges will be laid against them.
Reports by the Stewart Town Police are that about 12:30 am, on Saturday, Smith and both men were at a house in Burke District, when gunshots were heard coming from the house.
Sturrage and Williams were later seen running from the house, and residents went to investigate.
They stumbled upon Smith’s body and alerted the police. Upon arrival, the farmer was discovered lying in a pool of blood, with a gunshot wound to his face.
He was transported to the Falmouth hospital where he was pronounced dead. In the meanwhile, the police say they are now in search of both men.
The police say they have theorized that all three men were in possession of an illegal firearm in the house when one was shot and killed. A search is presently still been carried out for the murder weapon.
By: News Reporter