Jamaica- On the festive occasion of New Year, two individuals were shot and murdered in Cornwall Mountain in Westmoreland. The deceased were identified as 22-year-old Tajay Stewart and 29-year-old Damar Martin.
Both the individuals resided at Cornwall Mountain.
According to some initial reports, both the individuals have left their residence at around 2:00 am. Suddenly, an unidentified assailant has attacked them with gunfire and killed them.
After hearing the explosion, nearby citizens get shocked and immediately informed the police authorities of Jamaica.
By investigating the injured persons, police said that both the men were shot as their body have gunshot wounds.
After the bodies were found, they have rushed to the hospital, where doctors have pronounced them dead. Further, police authorities asserted that the probe on the matter is going on.
These two murders have shocked the residents of Jamaica, and they are showing their anger at the brutal murders.
One of the residents named Julius Rukunga commented, ” The life of the humans is vital, and those who killed others, the dead spirits shall haunt them forever”.
Another resident also commented, named Sharon Banton,” Condolences, my people, those whose families, friends or lovers killing people turn them in the life you Dave maybe mined or yours”.
Jamaica is becoming a country with brutal murders. In another shocking incident, a 10-year-old girl was shot dead after a person invaded her house started firing at night on Thursday, December 30, 2021.
The general public expressed their anguish in the shocking incident and appealed for immediate justice.
Moreover, Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness expressed his deep grief and condolences on the brutal murder of the ten-year-old girl. He also appealed to the residents of Jamaica to help the police authorities in the investigation so that justice could bring out.
Further, on Friday, December 31, 2021, police authorities have captured the suspect.
Jamaican have seen a bloody new year, especially the residents of Westmoreland, but PM Holness asserted that we would make efforts to curtail the crime rate in the country.