St. Ann police theorizing that killing of 3 people in Bamboo, could be due to a domestic dispute
The St. Ann police are theorizing that a domestic dispute could have resulted in the deaths of three people, in Free Hill Bamboo St. Ann, this morning (July 18).
Dead are 46-year-old Antria Rattray, her son, 13-year-old Micah Bonitto and 50-year-old Lawrence Baddal.
Their bodies were found by residents at their home, at about 8:30 am.
They had what appeared to be knife and Machette wounds.
Speaking with Irie Fm News, Head of the St. Ann Police division, Senior Superintendent Dwight Powell, said while no motive has been established, the police are confident that investigations, will result in a resolution.
Noting that the community is relatively peaceful, SSP Powell, said the incident appears to be domestic.
And residents of the Free Hill community are in a somber mood, following the discovery of three bodies at a home, in the area, this morning.
Dead are 46-year-old Antria Rattray, her son, 13-year-old Micah Bonitto and 50 year old Lawrence Baddal.
Rattray’s mother told Irie Fm News, that she was a quiet person.
Another resident said Rattray and her son were good persons.
Meantime, Member of Parliament for North West St. Ann, Krystal Lee has described the incident as tragic.
She said Ms. Rattray was a jovial and kind person.
The MP in expressing disgust, at the level of crime and violence in the country, urged lawmen to ensure that the perpetrators, are brought to justice.