Friday 7 August, 2020

Bus conductor slapped with three counts of murder and much more

The police say they charged a bus conductor with three counts of murder, two counts of shooting with intent, illegal possession of firearm, illegal possession of ammunition, and malicious destruction of property on Sunday, October 27.

The accused is 29-year-old Ronoi  Boreland, otherwise called ‘Lenky’ and  ‘Rasta’,  of  Sunrise Road,  Sandy Bay,  Clarendon.

Boreland has been charged with the murders of 18-year-old Kevon Reece, otherwise called ‘Boysie’, of Inverness Drive, Sandy Bay, Clarendon; 52-year-old Warren Douglas, a farmer of Round Bushy Park, St Catherine; and 29-year-old Avanna Baddal, also of St Catherine.

Reports from the May Pen police are that about 8pm on Sunday, September 1, Reece, Douglas and Baddal were with two other men at a shop in Sandy Bay, when they were pounced upon by three men armed with handguns and high-powered weapons, who opened fire, hitting all five persons.

The police were alerted and the injured persons were taken to hospital, where Reece, Douglas and Baddal died while being treated, and the two other men were admitted for treatment.

An intense investigation was launched and Boreland was arrested and placed on an identification parade, where he was identified, resulting in him being charged by the police.

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