INDECOM Launches SPECIAL Investigation Into Trafalgar Road Shooting

A special investigation has been launched into the fatal shooting of the two gunmen on Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10 who were said to be involved in the killing of a businessman in the Swallowfield area recently. According to Indecom, there have been confusions, where the initial reports are concerned which causes the need for them to have the facts relating to the shooting clarified.

The body of private investigators, in a recent press release, stated that there will be a cross-examination of the series of events that took place leading to two out of the three gunmen dead.

Indecom states that they will use information they have gotten through social media, private locations and Jamaica eye to ascertain what exactly happened, leading up to the discharge of firearms by the police.

According to Hamish Campbell, assistant commissioner for Indecom, the details he has received was that after the fatal shooting of the businessman in the community of Swallowfield, the gunmen left and was intercepted on Trafalgar Road where they were stopped by the police and gunshots went off.

The assistant commissioner stated that during the unfolding of events, one of the men reportedly ran into the nearby Abbey complex, while the driver and another was shot dead. Four vehicles were also reported to have been riddled with gunshots.

Campbell said that the details regarding the “nature and cause of death” are under investigation, and they are awaiting the post-mortem results to gain further confirmation.

It was reported that one of the three suspects managed to escape in a van hence the public is questioning how the man that they saw walking in a video seemingly not badly injured died in the hospital moments later.

The event that took place on Monday immediately went viral on social media and has caused persons to express their opinions regarding the lawmen, firing back at the gunmen, something which Campbell says the police did in an act of defence.

The Independent Commission of Investigations is now requesting that persons with additional information reach out to them at “876-968-8875″, ” 876-968-1932″ or contact them through WhatsApp at 553-5555, to help them unravel more details concerning the case.

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