3/6 Persons Wanted For JLP Motorcade Gun Attack Now in Police Custody

Three of six persons wanted for the gun attack on a Jamaica Labour Party motorcade in Flanker Saint James on Nomination Day are now in Police custody.

Head of the Saint James Police Senior Superintendent Steve McGregor says two of the individuals were brought in by their parents, while the third persons was accompanied by his lawyer to the station on the weekend.

SSP McGregor says the Police are actively searching for the other three persons who can assist in their investigations into the fatal shooting that claimed the life of one person, while three others were wounded in the incident.

Source: zipfm.net