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Construction worker charged with 2019 murder- Jamaica

Detectives in the Kingston Eastern Division have charged a man with murder, following a near three-year investigation.

Daniel Williams, 22, otherwise called ‘Noah’, a construction worker of St Benedict Heights, Harbour View in Kingston 17 was charged with the 2019 murder of Rohan Roberts, also of St Benedict Heights. Reports from the Harbour View police are that on May 19, about 8:55 p.m., Roberts was standing in his community, when Williams and two other men allegedly attacked him and opened gunfire, killing him. They escaped on foot in the area.

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After investigations, Williams was identified as one of the attackers and he was subsequently arrested. He was charged on Tuesday, after a question-and-answer session. His court date is being finalised.

Construction worker accused of 2019 murder | News  Jamaica Star Online

Also read Three shot, two fatal, in Trelawny – Jamaica

Officers attached to the Trelawny Police Division are maintaining a strong presence in the adjoining communities of Spicy Hill and Refuge in Duncans, following yesterday morning’s murder of a man and a woman, and the abduction of the female’s four-year-old daughter. The child was reunited with relatives hours after being taken by armed men.

Three were shot in Trelawny, Jamaica. Dead are 38-year-old Iron Jarrett, otherwise called ‘Conny G’, of Spicy Hill district; and 21-year-old Teaka Ennis of an address in Boston, USA, and the Refuge district. Another female who was in the company of the dead woman was also shot multiple times and admitted to hospital in critical condition.

The first incident occurred shortly after 1:00 a.m., when residents living in a section of Spicy Hill district called Capture Land reported hearing a barrage of gunshots. Read more.

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