Six detained, six guns and 80 rounds of ammunition seized in Clarendon
Six people were detained and six guns, along with over 80 rounds of ammunition were seized, during targeted operations in Clarendon, on Wednesday morning.
The Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Investigation Branch, (CTOC), conducted raids in Oliver Gardens, May Pen and the farm community in New Ground.
Head of the Clarendon police division, Superintendent Carlos Russell said the operations are part of targeted efforts to clamp down on illegal firearms and criminal activities in the area.
The identities of the individuals in custody have not yet been released, and the specific types of firearms recovered are still being ascertained.