ACP Miller condemns Hanover triple murder  

Five men were killed in separate incidents in Hanover, yesterday.

The latest incident was a triple murder.

Dead are 23 year old Merrick Calvin of Johnson Town district, Michael Collins of Jew Hill district in Lucea, both in Hanover, and an unidentified man.

Another person was wounded in the attack, which occurred at about 9:00 p.m.

Police reports are that the men were on a construction site in Johnson Town when they were pounced upon by two armed men travelling on a motorcycle.

The men opened gunfire at the group before escaping in the area.

The wounded men were taken to hospital where Calvin, Collins and the other man were pronounced dead.

Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police, ACP  in charge of Area One, Glenford Miller visited the scene with other members of his team and National Security Minister Dr. Horace Chang today.

Acting ACP Miller condemned the incident.

Meanwhile, 35-year-old Teron Hart, otherwise called ‘Croppa’ of Lance Bay in Hanover, was shot and killed by gunmen at about 2:30 p.m, yesterday.

The incident took place at a business establishment in the transport center in Lucea.

According to police reports residents heard explosions and alerted them. 

Officers who responded found Hart lying on the floor, in a pool of blood, with gunshot wounds to his head. 

Hart was pronounced dead at hospital.

And, 43 year old Funeral Director Robert Williams, otherwise called Bangy, of Cauldwell district in Hanover, was shot and killed at his business establishment in Harding Hall, yesterday.

Reports are that at about 1:00 p.m. Williams was sitting at the back of a building when he was approached by a gunman, who opened fire hitting him multiple times, in the upper body.

Death was confirmed at hospital.


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