St James Gunmen Fatally Shot were Alleged Contract Killers

St James Gunmen Fatally Shot
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Jamaica News, December 30, 2017

Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – St James Gunmen Fatally Shot: The Area One police have told our news team that the two gunmen who were fatally shot by the police in St James on Friday morning, were in fact contract killers behind several murders in the parish.

The dead gunman, 19-year-old Akeem Taylor is said to be the son of Aaron Taylor, one of the men who were murdered on Thursday midday at the Catherine Hall and Howard Cooke Boulevard intersection.

The lawmen also stated that Akeem Taylor is linked to the Nation Crocs Gang which operates out of Canterbury and he has been linked to the murder of Anthony Green on October 29th,  at Dallas in Norwood and the double murder of Cleopatra Fletcher and Darnett  Shettlewood on November 13th at Catherine Hall.


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St James Gunmen Fatally Shot: Reports are that about 4:45 am on Friday, December 29th, the police went to a house located at Albion in search of Taylor and the other man.

Upon arrival at a premises, they came under heavy gunfire from men who fired on them from inside the building.

The returned the fire and both gunmen were shot. They were found clutching a Taurus 9mm semi-automatic pistol and Smith & Wesson 9mm semi-automatic pistol loaded with several rounds.

Both men were transported to the Cornwall Regional Hospital where they were pronounced dead.

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