Police crackdown on gangs in Waterhouse, St. Andrew

Superintendent Gary Francis, head of the St. Andrew South police
The St. Andrew South Police are reporting that they have made a dent in the operations of two criminal gangs in Waterhouse, St. Andrew.
Two members of the gangs, including one of the leaders, were killed during alleged confrontations with the police in the last 24 hours.
They are alleged leader of the Shabba gang Christopher Armstrong, and a member of the Blingers gang Duane Hall, otherwise called Crazy Crazy or Killy Killy.
Superintendent Gary Francis, head of the St. Andrew South police, said the men were wanted for several murders and shootings in the division. 
Superintendent Francis, who was speaking at a media briefing on Friday, said four members of the Blingers gang have been picked up by the police in the last few days. 
The senior cop listed another man, known only as Bounty, as a wanted member of the Shabba Gang and urged him to turn himself in to the police.

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