Jamaica Crime News, Montego Bay: Time is now running out for two St. James men, who were given until 12:00 noon, today Tuesday, April 23, by the St. James Police to turn in themselves or feel the wrath of justice.
The police say the two men are being sought in connection with the shooting of Constable Sheldon Murray. They have been identified as 23-year-old Brandon Stora, otherwise called “Cha Cha” of Paradise, Norwood and Steve Earl, otherwise called “Pedro, monster, forhead or Shane” of Hendon, Norwood.
Reports are that, shortly after 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, April 22, Constable Murray who is stationed at the Freeport Police Station and resides at a section of the Norwood community, known as Docatone, had just left his home when he was ambushed by armed men.
The men opened fire hitting Murray over eight times to his upper body, before escaping in the area.
Constable Murray was rushed by his colleagues to the Cornwall Regional Hospital, where he was treated, and transferred to another medical facility.
He is presently still in serious, but stable condition.
Following the investigation, a search was immediately launched for Earl and Stora in connection with the shooting.