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Mandeville Police mourn colleague

Published: Saturday January 5, 2013 | 2:15 pm Comments 0

The death of police constable Andrade Dixon has left his colleagues at the Mandeville Police Station in mourning.

Constable Dixon, who was a member of the Mandeville Operational Support Team, fell ill at his home in St Mary on Thursday and died at the St Annís Bay Hospital a short time later.


He has served the Jamaica Constabulary Force for eight years.

Inspector Paul Bernard told The Gleaner-Power 106 News Centre described Constable Dixon as a very humble and likeable person, and adds that his colleagues are taking the news very hard.

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