Everett Dunkley Murdered in Gravel Lane,Montego Bay 

Jamaica Crime News, Montego Bay: A 23-year-old security guard was shot and killed by a lone gunman in Montego Bay, St James on Friday night,  October 12.

The deceased has been identified as Everett Dunkley,  who hailed from Flankers also in St James.

Reports by the Barnett Street police are that about 8:50 p.m. on Friday,  Dunkley was among a group of persons at a shop, located along Gravel Lane in downtown Montego Bay when he was ambushed by a man armed with a handgun.

The gunman opened fire hitting Dunkley to his upper body.

Officers attached to the Barnett Street Police Station, which is in close proximity to Gravel Lane, heard the gunshots and rushed to the location.

Upon arrival, Dunkley was discovered suffering from gunshot wounds.

He was transported to Cornwall Regional Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Please send us your Feedback, News Item, Photos and/or Videos to our WhatsApp Number 1-876-353-1389 or Email [email protected]

Recently Published

Montego Bay Man Killed in Freak Accident at Bogue
Edmund Daley

Elderly St Andrew Man Missing, Last Seen at Funeral

Jamaica News, St Andrew: 62-year-old Edmund Daley, who is otherwise called ‘Ed’, has been missing since 30 December 2018. He is from Border Avenue in Havendale, St Andrew. Daley is of dark complexion, slim build, and is about 177 centimetres (5 feet 10 inches) tall. Reports from the Constant Spring Police are that Daley was […]


ASAJ Commended for Expanding Facility at Independence Park

Jamaica News: Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Hon. Olivia Grange, has commended the newly renamed Aquatic Sports Association of Jamaica (ASAJ), formerly the Amateur Swimming Association of Jamaica, for its initiative to expand its facility to better serve the aquatic sports fraternity. “We are proud of the efforts of the ASAJ, because we […]


ODPEM Looking to Promote Culture of Earthquake Preparedness

Jamaica News: The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM) is looking to promote a culture of earthquake preparedness and response among Jamaicans. “We want to (stir) the nation into action because earthquakes or tsunamis can occur at any time,” said Director General of the agency, Major Clive Davis. “While we have no control…the […]