Jamaica: Cops Warn Of Deadly Risk As Bullets Rain At Party – Gunman Issued Threat Before Killing Two, Injuring 10

The police yesterday sent a warning to event promoters to adhere to stipulations when granted permits to host events and to desist from staging unauthorised parties in the wake of a mass shooting at a Westmoreland party on Sunday night in which 12 persons were hit, two fatally.

The deceased have been identified as Mark ‘Hot Head’ Morgan, a 31-year-old labourer of Gordon district, and 30-year-old Kayson ‘CoCo’ Blair, a farmer of Petersville district, both in Westmoreland.

The injured persons, who have all been hospitalised with some reportedly battling for their lives, are seven males and three females.

According to reports, about 8 p.m on Sunday, Blair, who is said to be a promoter, was hosting a party at the Under Vybz Sports Bar on Gordon Road, when Morgan and another man reportedly got into in a heated dispute.


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