Bomb Scare Prompts Heightened Security At Elleston Road Police Station
Police in Kingston have reportedly bolstered security at the Elleston road police station in St Andrew, following an unsuccessful bomb attack on Saturday morning (June 3).
At approximately 5:00 am police control in Kingston reportedly received a phone call that the guard room at the Elleston road police station had been fire bombed.
Officers on guard room duties at the station subsequently went outside to investigate and discovered a cocktail bomb.
According to Irie FM, the bomb was reportedly discovered in a shattered Apple Vodka bottle lying next to a wall with a towel which was used as a “wick” among the splinters.
A team from the scene of crime unit was then called in to process the scene.
One officer reportedly stated that the officers could have been gravely injured if the cocktail bomb had ignited.
Remember to share this article on Facebook and other Social Media Platforms. To submit your own articles or to advertise with us please send us an EMAIL at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jamaica Recognised As Top Performing Island Economy Globally For Business Friendliness - June 28, 2017
- England, Australia Gear Up For The Ashes Series - June 27, 2017
- Elderly Man Collapses at Norman Manley Airport, Dies - June 27, 2017
- Bolt Nominated For Coveted ESPY Award - June 27, 2017
- Jamaican Dollar Continues to Revalue, May Re-enter $128 to US$1 Territory - June 26, 2017
- Omar McLeod Smashes National 110M Hurdles Record - June 25, 2017
- Substation Fire Plunges Sections of St Ann Into Darkness - June 25, 2017
- Hanover’s Most Wanted Man Killed - June 24, 2017
- Pepsi-Cola Jamaica Signs Shenseea As Brand Ambassador - June 24, 2017
- Man Afflicted By Water-Borne Disease Tests Negative For Cholera - June 24, 2017