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Clarendon businessman battling for life following attack, gangsters feuding in Frankfield

Published:Wednesday | September 2, 2015 | 12:55 PM

Forty-four-year old May Pen businessman, Ray Rogers, is now batting for life following an attack in Dampy off the Bustamante Highway in Clarendon.

A second man was killed. 

His identity has not been released.

The police say the shooting happened about 9 o'clock this morning.

That incident happened about one hour after another fatal attack in the northern Clarendon town of Frankfield in what the police say is an ongoing feud between members of the Water Works Gang.

The police say one man was killed in Frankfield and another shot and injured.

The injured man, identified as Demar Lee otherwise called 'Jet Lee' turned up at the Mandeville Regional Hospital with bullet wounds.

'Jet Lee' had been wanted in connection with crimes committed in Frankfield.

READ: 'Jet Lee' being sought for killing of Frankfield road warden

He is now in hospital, under police guard and is said to be in serious condition.

The police theorise that 'Jet Lee' was attacked by some members the Water Works Gang who have broken away.