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A popular disc jockey was shot and killed at a party at Broughton in Little London, Westmoreland on Wednesday night.
He has been identified as 37-year-old Davroy Barnes, otherwise called “DJ Myrie” of Mango Hall in the parish.
Reports from the police are that Barnes was sitting in his motorcar at a party when a vehicle drove up and a man alighted, robbed the patrons and then opened fire.
When the shooting subsided Barnes was found suffering from what appeared to be gunshot wounds.
The police was summoned and the now-deceased was taken to the hospital, where he subsequently died while undergoing treatment.
Investigations are ongoing.
Fraser-Pryce signs deal with luxury watch brand Richard Mille
Multiple Olympic and World sprint champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has signed a deal to become an ambassador for luxury watch brand Richard Mille.
The announcement was made through a post on Richar
Elderly man gone missing since Sunday in Clarendon
Eighty-one-year-old Wilbert Gabbidon of Bog Hole district, James Hill in Clarendon, has been missing since Sunday, November 26.
He is of brown complexion, slim build and about 165 centimetres (five
Teen boy fatally stabbed while resisting robber in Westmoreland
A 17-year-old boy was fatally stabbed while he reportedly resisted an attempt to steal his motorcycle along Lewis Street in Westmoreland on Wednesday morning.
The deceased is Anthony James of Dexte
Malta, D&G Foundation’s conflict workshop at B.B. Coke High
Malta, in partnership with the D&G Foundation, executed a conflict resolution workshop for thirty male students in grades 9-11 at the B.B Coke High School in St. Elizabeth. Hosted recently at the
Alleged shop breaker is a woman
Twenty-two-year-old Keniece Johnson, otherwise called ‘Kim’, a customer service representative of North Hampton district in St Elizabeth, was charged with shop breaking and larceny in relation to an i
Venezuela’s planned referendum leaves Guyana residents on edge
Congregants of an Anglican church in a sparsely populated rainforest village in Guyana gathered recently to bid on a bounty of bananas, squash and other produce during a community event. They sang hym