Among them, Reggae Boy Maalique Foster. Jamaica: Gang feud leaves one dead, 10 injured in mass shooting The garage in Old Braeton in Portmore, St Catherine, where guns barked yesterday morning at a … News reaching The Gleaner , is that Foster and two other persons were shot in the incident and that the national representative was taken to hospital where he was said to be undergoing surgery. There are unconfirmed reports that former Portmore United striker, Maalique Foster, was shot in the Southborough community of Portmore on Tuesday night. The incident took place shortly after 9 o'clock. You can also post comments, and manage your email subscription. Only one active session is allowed per subscriber. When The Sunday Gleaner visited the scene yesterday, the blood-soaked ground was evidence of the horror which unfolded. The police say four men carried out Tuesday night's shooting in Southborough, Portmore, St. Catherine, which left seven persons with bullet wounds. – Jamaican woman trapped in tax nightmare for goods she’s didn’t import, Jamaica: Gunmen kill three, unborn baby in brutal shooting rampage, Jamaica: Child, two adults shot in August Town home invasion, Jamaica: Gunmen murder six-month-old girl in shooting spree. NWA teams working to restore blocked roads in several parishes, Trump, Biden confident of victory in US presidential election, COVID-19 forces postponement of cases to be heard by JRC's First Instance Tribunal, Opposition tables motion to address perennial flooding, drainage issues, Merger of betting and gaming regulatory bodies stalled by COVID-19 cases, Only one Jamaican to feature in KO stages of IPL 2020, Windies players hold first training session in New Zealand, More rain expected for southern, north-eastern parishes, Thompson-Herah nominated for World Athletics Female Athlete of the Year accolade, Quarrie urges JAAA to introduce online voting for upcoming AGM. She described the shooting sad and remarked that the men killed "good guys". He added that yesterday’s incident was not linked to another mass shooting in which seven persons were attacked by gunmen last Tuesday night as they played dominoes in Southborough. According to the police, two of the men, including the deceased, are top tier members of the Tesha Miller faction of the Clansman Gang in St Catherine. It was reported that persons were gathered on the road playing dominoes when they were approached by men, who opened gunfire. Jamaica: Gunman issued threat before killing two, injuring ten at unauthorised party, Trinidad: Pundit found dead near Waterloo, Jamaica: Criminals posing as cabbies – Passengers abducted and robbed by imposters, Struggling Jamaican father overjoyed with gift of house, Pay up or else! Senior Superintendent Clive Blair of the St Catherine South Police said they were on alert for reprisals. “Close to 100 people in a di dance when the shooting start,” said a female patron, who did not wish to be identified. Log in for full access to stabroeknews.com. Investigators say they are searching for four suspects. The police are reporting that 11 persons were shot, one fatally, at a party on Friday in Portmore, St Catherine that was in breach of the Disaster Risk Management Act. Mi even run left mi shoes.”, She continued: “We hardly have anyweh fi run because the lane is one way in and one way out, so is like we trapped.”. Seven other persons were treated and released. TVJ News Today: Seniors Killed; 4 Injured in Portmore Shooting - August 1 2019 Two killed in Portmore shooting identified 5:30 pm, Wed October 28, 2020 Two of the victims killed in Tuesday night's deadly attack in Southborough, Portmore have been identified as Odane Jones and Jason Thomas. (Jamaica Gleaner) An internal Clansman Gang feud turned bloody about 1:30 yesterday morning when a party being held at a garage in violation of the curfew orders under the Disaster Risk Management Act was shot up in Old Braeton in Portmore, St Catherine. Seven persons, including Reggae Boy Maalique Foster, were shot when gunmen struck about 9 o'clock.