Jamaica News, 12, 2018
Trelawny, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Trelawny Double Murder Suspect Released: the Trelawny police have reports that the male person of interest who was taken into custody late December in connection with the murders of an 8-year-old student and a 25-year-old female, as well as, the shooting and wounding of four other family members at a house in Clark’s Town, Trelawny on Wednesday, November 15, 2016, has now been released.
Investigators further stated that the person of interest was recently questioned in the presence of his lawyer and based on minimal evidence he was released from custody.
He was considered a suspect in the murders of Anna Kay Williams, unemployed female and Javanie Kerr Lennon, an 8-year-old student both of Clark’s Town in Trelawny. Also for the shooting and wounding of three other students, one 14-year-old, another 8-year-old and a 17-year-old along with a 24-year-old laborer.
Reports are that shortly after 7:30 pm on Wednesday, November 15, Lennon and Williams were visiting the family of eight at their home in Kinloss District when three armed men invaded the premises and opened fire on them.
All six victims were rushed to the Falmouth Hospital where Williams and Lennon were pronounced dead and the four admitted in serious condition.