Breaking Jamaican News
Perspective: Gun File Missing To Acquitted Murderer Patrick Powell in X6 Murder Trial Case
November 4, 2016
Honoree Veteran DJ Sister Nancy closes the show at the first staging of QORIHC Ceremonies
November 4, 2016

Jamaican National Security Minister Robert Montague Holds Town Hall Meeting to Address Residents Concerns Regarding Local Police Post Being Asked to Vacate the Space They Occupy

Security Minister Robert Montaque


Security Minister Robert Montaque

Security Minister Robert Montaque

National Security Minister Robert Montague addressing Town Hall, Nov. 3, 2016, in New Kingston, a premier business district with residential areas mostly high rised apartment type living.

Their Police Post has been asked to vacate the space they occupy

The National Security Minister assured a crowded room over- flowing  with residents and business people that even a mobile station will be used in the event that a suitable location is not found.

Press Release

Police Commissioner Dr. Karl Williams told Vision Newspaper exclusively that “the Police High Command will issue a comprehensive statement on the missing gun file for acquitted murder accused Patrick Powell from the Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA). On Friday Nov.,4, 2016.”

The JCF head appears anxious to set the record straight … despite ACP Elon Powell’s clear statements that “the JCF did everything humanly possible to ask the FLA to revoke the Firearm license for Patrick Powell 5 years ago.

You can trust Vision Newspaper for the latest on this unfolding story.

Hopeton O’Connor Dennie, SIC was at the Town Hall and filed this story for Vision Newspaper Canada.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

//]]>