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Two Killed, Another Wounded In Nannyville Gun Attack | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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Two killed, another wounded in Nannyville gun attack

By Kimone Witter    
 
Two men were killed on Monday night in Nannyville, St. Andrew, in what is believed to have beeen a reprisal attack by a rival gang.
 
The deceased have been identified as Stephan Wallace, otherwise called 'Blue', and Demar Pink.
 
A third man was taken to hospital with bullet wounds.
 
The St. Andrew Central Police theorise that Mr. Wallace, who was said to be aligned to the Ashanti gang, operating in Nannyville, was the target.
 
Radio Jamaica News was informed that the shooting was a reprisal for a murder committed in East Kingston.
 
According to preliminary reports, sometime before 10 p.m., the three men were conversing on Prosperity Corner in Nannyville when they were approached by other men.
 
Another group then exited a parked car and opened fire.
 
The police reportedly recovered spent shells from high-powered rifles and handguns at the crime scene.
 


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