Kingston, Jamaica: In a horrific incident on Saturday, a headless body was found by the Jamaican police authorities in Gregory Park, Portmore, St Catherine.
The locals immediately informed the police after they went to the crime scene, hearing screaming voices at around 10 am on Saturday.
The headless body has yet not been identified. The Portmore police authorities have commenced an investigation into the case.
Soon after the incident was reported, the Constabulary Force of Jamaica imposed a curfew in the sections of Gregory Park in Portmore, St Catherine, from Saturday, December 18, 2021, which would end today at 6 pm.
The curfew was limited to the following areas –
- In the North – Along the Dyke Road about 1,759 metres from the round-a-bout to the intersection of the Portmore Villa Boulevard and Dyke Road.
- In the West – Along the Municipal Boulevard about 1,322 metres from the intersection of the train line to the round-a-bout.
- In the East – Along Dyke Road about 695 metres from the intersection of Portmore Villa Boulevard to the train line.
- In the South – Along the train line from the intersection of Dyke Road to the junction of the Municipal Boulevard about 2,080 metres.
The authorities have taken this decision to curb the enormous rising crime and violence on the island. The rising crime is a threat to the tourism sector of Jamaica, which would disturb the economy of the country.
Fear has been engraved in the minds of Jamaicans due to these horrific incidents. Many are not able to get out of their homes.