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'Top-tier' Gang Member One Of Two Killed In Rose Heights Gun Battle | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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'Top-tier' gang member one of two killed in Rose Heights gun battle

Deputy Superintendent Linroy Edwards, Operations Officer for St. James
By Kimone Witter/Clinton McGregor    
 
Radio Jamaica News has been informed that one of the two men fatally shot during a reported confrontation with members of the security forces in Rose Heights, St. James, on Thursday night, was a top tier member of high profile gang in the parish.
 
The identities of the men have not yet been released.
 
Two illegal guns were seized in the operation.
 
Deputy Superintendent Linroy Edwards, Operations Officer for St. James, said a police/military team went into Sean Crescent in Rose Heights about 9:40 p.m. where a group of men was seen converged in a section of the community. 
 
"On seeing the police/military team, [they] opened fire in our direction. We responded and returned fire and the men continued to challenge us, firing from rooftop, trees and neighbouring premises," the senior cop recounted of the shootout which he said lasted at least 45 minutes. 
 
Thursday night's operation is part of the St. James police's anti-crime crackdown, code-named 'Operation Storm', which was launched on Monday.
 
The operation is targeting gangs which have captured several communities in Montego Bay, St. James.
 
Several suspects have been detained.
 


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