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Licensed firearm holder shot dead by security guard in family dispute

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As the scandal over the legitimacy of licences granted to firearm holders mushrooms, a shootout has thrown an ugly spotlight A licensed firearm holder lost his life during a dispute with a security officer in May Pen  Clarendon on Monday night.

 

 
The deceased has been identified as Gaylon Duhaney, 41, a businessman of Lionel Town in Clarendon.
 
Reports are that at around 8 pm, Duhaney was visiting his daughter in a section of May Pen, when an argument developed between him and another man who is said to be a step-relative of the child.
 
It is alleged that the argument escalated and Duhaney opened fire at the other man. The man, who is a security officer, reportedly returned fire from his company-owned firearm, hitting Duhaney in the upper body.
 
Duhaney was rushed to the May Pen Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

 

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