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Wednesday, 9 July 2008

One Order and Klansman police have the names of the four suspects involved in the murder and are in hot pursuit of them.

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Word has been spreading in Spanish Town and its environs that the peace between criminal gangs---One Order and Klansman--has been broken.Sources say tension has been high in the old capital following the murder of the Chairman of the Jamaica Urban Transit Company, Douglas Chambers.
Members of the Klansman Gang have been accused of carrying out the killing.
But speaking with RJR News, Operations Officers for the Area Five Police, Superintendent Newton Amos is urging residents of Spanish Town to remain calm.He urged residents to allow the police to carry out the investigation into the murder of Mr. Chambers and to desist from any form of violence.According to Superintendent Amos the police have been making progress in the investigations."We believe that so far the investigations are heading in the right direction what we are asking is that members of the public especially those who are in a position to determine people's thinking and thought that we do not be reckless or careless in making assumptions on a serious matter like this,"
"If there is a concern it should be channeled through the police so that we don't heighten the tension that now exist in Spanish Town between those two rival gangs,"He said the police have the names of the four suspects involved in the murder and are in hot pursuit of them. "We are raiding and picking up people and we will continue in this direction. We are well aware of those who may have been involved and therefore the investigation that is being led by ACP Carl Williams in charge of Area Five and the team...we only ask people to be patient because when we are finished with the file we are sure that those who are responsible will be held and brought before the courts," he said.

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