Category: Evening News

Inside Freeport Detention Facility

Nationwide News was given a partial tour of the Freeport Lock Up in St James where at the time about a dozen men were being held under the State of Emergency. Neika...

No Lengthy Detainment in St James SOE

Head of the St. James State of Public Emergency, Senior Superintendent of Police Anthony Morris, says detainees are usually processed and released within hours. His...

Public Defender Chides Police for Discussing SOE Conditions

Public Defender Arlene Harrison Henry, says the Jamaica Constabulary Force is disrespecting Parliament, by discussing in the media, conditions in the State of Public...

Police Contradict Public Defender’s Report of Conditions of SOE Detainees

Authorizing Officer for the St James State of Public Emergency, Deputy Superintendent of Police Ainsley McCarty, says the recent Public Defender report to...

Commissioner Vows Public Criticism Won’t Bring Premature End to St James SOE

Police Commissioner Major General Antony Anderson, is warning that criticisms of the State of Public Emergency in St James will not force the Constabulary to recommend...

St James SOE Revealing ‘Multiple Montego Bays’, says Public Defender

Public Defender, Arlene Harrison Henry, says since the imposition of the State of Public Emergency in St. James at least three distinct Montego Bays have emerged. She...

Police Step Up Investigation into Murder of Caymanas Bay ‘Area Leader’

The Police are intensifying their investigation into the murder of an area leader who was among four men executed in Caymanas Bay, St. Catherine. Dead is Jerry Solomon,...

PetroJam HR Manager Resigns

Nationwide News understands that the Human Resources Manager at the state-owned oil refinery, Petrojam, Yolande Ramharack, has resigned. Ms. Ramharack reportedly...

‘Death Squad’ Witness Admits Wrongful ID of Cop

A civilian witness admitted in the Supreme Court, this afternoon that he wrongly identified at least one of the defendants in the murder trial of three alleged members...

Murders Continue Downward Trend

Murders in Jamaica this year continue to trend down. As the final month of 2018 approaches, murders are down by 22-percent. At the end of October, it was disclosed that...