Tour Bus Operator Shot to Death at Barnett Lane, Montego Bay

The Barnett street police in Montego Bay, St James, have launched an investigation surrounding the death of a popular tour bus operator, who was shot and killed by gunmen at a bar in Montego Bay, St James, on Thursday, November 18.

The deceased has been identified as 57-year-old Michael Robinson, of a Mt Pleasant in Balaclava, St Elizabeth, and Montego Bay, in St James.

Reports are that shortly after 8:00 pm, Robinson was among a group of patrons at a bar along Barnett lane, in Montego Bay, when armed men entered the establishment and shot him multiple times

The police were summoned and upon arrival, Robinson was discovered suffering from gunshot wounds, and was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead

His death has come just days after Prime Minister Andrew Holness announced that a state of emergency has been declared in the parish.

1 thought on “Tour Bus Operator Shot to Death at Barnett Lane, Montego Bay”

  1. Mr Prime Minister you need to asked for help from other states or countries to help fight the crime in jamaica the few police and soldiers you have cannot handle those nasty corners boys. Don’t care what the people have to say just ask for help. These heartless criminals need to be six feet under. Don’t save them by putting them in jail. Next Jamaican need to start speak up under cover that means no one have to know it’s you reporting these crimes every neighborhood should have a crime watch also you need to install cameras all over the island it’s a darn disgrace. Very soon no one will want to come to the island because of crime by saying all this jamaica will go down.

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