More bloodletting across the island

Published: Sunday | February 10, 2013 Comments 0

Four murdered by criminals, skeletal remains found

Three men were confirmed murdered in the Corporate Area last Friday night into Saturday morning, while skeletal remains believed to be human were found in Newlands, St Catherine.

The police have identified the dead as 45-year-old Marlon Anthony Jamieson, otherwise called 'Matalon', Sakeeno Oshane 'Keeno' Lindo, and 24-year-old André Roberts.

There were unconfirmed reports, up to late yesterday, that another man was killed in Milk Lane, downtown Kingston, early Saturday morning

The bloodletting started with the killing of Jamieson, of Lindale Crescent, Kingston 20.

killed while playing cards

According to the Constabulary Communication Network, Jameison was among a group of men playing cards on Heywood Street, downtown Kingston, when he was approached by two men, who opened fire hitting him multiple times.

He was taken to the nearby Kingston Public Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The police say that Lindo, of a Chancery Lane address in St Andrew, was standing on Beeston Street around 11:40 Friday night when he was attacked by two men, who shot him several times.

He was assisted by the police to hospital where he died while undergoing treatment.

The savagery continued on Cargill Avenue near Half-Way Tree, St Andrew, in the wee hours of Saturday morning when Roberts' body was found in a motor car.

The police reported that there were bruises to his body and Senior Superintendent Fitz Bailey of the St Andrew Central Police said it is believed he was abducted and killed.

A second man was injured in that incident.

Meanwhile, workers clearing lands in Newlands, St Catherine, stumbled upon skeletal remains believed to be human.

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