Jamaica woman found suffering from gunshot wound
St Thomas, Jamaica police are probing the circumstances leading to the discovery of a woman suffering from a gunshot wound to her head on Thursday.
She is believed to be a 24-year-old Clarendon resident who was recently reported to have been abducted somewhere between her hometown and Spanish Town in St Catherine.
It is reported that she was found about 7 o’clock Thursday morning in the Woodburn area after she crawled to the house of a resident seeking help.
Upon inspection, it was discovered that she was in a battered state and had a gunshot wound to her head.
Confirming the discovery, the St Thomas police shared that she was assisted to a hospital in the Corporate Area where she was admitted.
Gun crime continues to plague Jamaica in 2022.
Last month, as we reported: Three were shot in Trelawny, Jamaica. Killed were 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.
Read full story here Three shot, two fatal, in Trelawny – Jamaica | Site Nestor (ds-nestor.com)
Woman found suffering from gunshot wound in St Thomas Jamaica Gleaner
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