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Body Found in Bounty Kller's House

Bounty_deadman_arrested.jpgThe body of a dead man, with gunshot wounds, was found the 'Grung God's' house, in the Norbrook community, St. Andrew. The family of Bounty Killer is still shocked and trying to come to terms with the finding.

Police report states that the body of Davian Williams, age 32, was discovered shortly after 11:00 am. The deceased was the owner of Davion Motors which was closed down recently.

The dead man was found, by a construction worker, in the passage way with gunshot wounds to the head and upper body, the police states.

Inspectors suspect that the man might have been gunned down on the property. The 'Warlord', who owns the property, is not a suspect in the killing, as he doesn't live there. Suspicions are focussed on the man's car dealership business, as it was reported that the man had a history of collecting money from customers and failing to deliver.
He was under investigation for fraud.

Stay tuned for more details.


Residents complain about gay parties.

A resident of Hopefield Avenue in the Liguanea area, wrote a letter to The Weekend Star, complaining about the boisterous behaviour of gays at one of their regular weekend parties in the community. The resident wrote that after investigating the cause for the noise that had awakened him in the wee hours of the morning, he observed "fancy men" wearing female attire and dancing up a storm to the latest dancehall hits. "I could not believe my eyes!" he wrote.

After receiving repeated complaints of disturbance by the residents, on Saturday, July 26, the Matilda's Corner police investigated and confirmed what was described in the letter. They subsequently shut down the party, seized a sound system and charged one person for breaches of the Noise Abatement Act.

The police said that the organizers of the gay party had no permit and that none would be granted for the weekly parties.

Reggae Sumfest 2018


Reggae Sumfest 2018