April 20, 2021 –The four men who were arrested when a police team intercepted a motor car suspected of being involved in a shooting incident at the intersection of Law Street and George’s Lane in the Kingston Central Division on Friday, April 16, 2021, have been charged. 

They are:

1.      Twenty-eight-year-old Toussaint Baker of Cloverly Road, Kingston;

2.      Twenty-six-year-old Renardo McLeod of Lissat Road, Kingston;

3.      Twenty-eight-year-old Kentice Williston of Park Lane, Kingston and

4.      Twenty-seven-year-old Steven Boreland, otherwise called ‘Birdie’, of Queen Street, Kingston.

Reports are that about 6:00 p.m., a police team was on patrol in the downtown Kingston area when they heard explosions and went to investigate. Upon their arrival, a Toyota Probox motor car was seen speeding off. The police pursued, and the Toyota Probox motor car subsequently collided with another police vehicle along the Sir Florizel Glasspole Highway in the Kingston Eastern Division and overturned. During a search of the Probox, one Smith and Wesson Springfield pistol containing three 9mm rounds of ammunition and one Glock 17 pistol containing thirteen 9mm rounds of ammunition were found inside the vehicle.

Baker, McLeod, Williston and Boreland were arrested and subsequently charged after an interview.

Their court dates are being finalised.