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Government Facing Pressure To Arrest Murder Surge

The latest crime figures are expected today as the Andrew Holness administration comes under pressure to arrest the surge in murders which has seen Clarendon alone recording 14 murders in the past seven days. The commander for the Clarendon Police Division, Superintendent Vendolyn Cameron Powell says of the 14 killings, nine were as a result of deals gone bad in the meat for guns trade, which, she said, involves Haiti. Meanwhile, Superintendent Cameron Powell says the police have intensified their investigations and are patrolling with soldiers to target criminals. The police have reported that about 590 persons have been murdered in the 19 police divisions’ islandwide since the start of the year.