Police Commissioner Vows to Bring Clarendon Murderers to Justice: Offers $500,000 Reward

Police Commissioner, Dr. Carl Williams is vowing that gunmen responsible for last night’s brutal killing of three school children and a man in Moneymusk in Clarendon will be hunted down and brought to justice.

The killings are sending shock waves through the country.

Dr. Williams has confirmed that two persons are this afternoon being questioned by the Police in connection with the quadruple killing.

14-year-old Raymond Givans otherwise called Ray-Jay, 14-year-old Ricardo Brisco otherwise called Phillip and 15-year-old Alex Turner were shot dead at a house in Moneymusklast night by a group of gunmen.

Alex attended Central High School, Ricardo was a student of Garvey Maceo and Raymond attended Vere Technical.

Marquis Hamilton, an accounting clerk was also slaughtered.

Police Commissioner Dr. Carl Williams toured the area today.

Dr. Williams says understandably residents are disconsolate. He says the criminals will be caught.

Dr. Williams is appealing to the public for assistance.

The Police also confirmed that two persons are in custody and are being interviewed.

The presence of the security forces has been intensified in the area since the killing.

Dr. Williams says Moneymusk was generally quiet before last night’s act of brutality.

One thought on “Police Commissioner Vows to Bring Clarendon Murderers to Justice: Offers $500,000 Reward

  1. Bobby Sharpe

    Poor Commissioner…When criminality & skullduggery are removed from the leadership of the JCF, then & only then, will Jamaica be able to forge ahead in any way, shape or form…!!! Thus, the entire leadership of the JCF needs to GOOOO…They will not go voluntarily so…

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