Upholsterer Shot and Killed at Traffic Light in Kingston

Upholsterer Shot and Killed Traffic Light: A man was shot and killed at the corner of Spanish Town Road and Weymouth Drive in Kingston 11 on Sunday afternoon.

Dead is Kennedy Adamson, also known as “Gaza,” a 38-year-old upholsterer from Water Street in Kingston.

According to reports, Adamson was traveling in his grey 1997 Toyota Corolla along the road at around 3:15 pm when two men on a red and black motorcycle attacked him as he approached the traffic lights at the intersection.

Adamson was shot several times in the head and upper body by his attackers.

The injured man was able to drive away from his attackers, but his vehicle came to a stop 300 yards down the road after hitting with several drums.

The police were alerted, and upon their arrival, they found Adamson slumped over his steering wheel. He was taken to the Kingston Public Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

According to the police, seven spent 9mm casings were discovered at the crime scene, and the rear window of the vehicle was shattered by bullets. No motive for the attack has been established.

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