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Residents hunt man who murdered woman and her son

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  Residents of the sleepy district of Linton Park in St. Ann believe that the disease called 'pussy feelings'  nay have afflicted the mind of The police are appealing to Orville Scarlett, the man who is allegedly to have murdered his ex-lover and her 10-year-old son in Linton Park, St Ann on Tuesday night.  

"Bull fi dead! Ah long time Bull ah pree the girl from she lef him one year ago, ah pussy feelings him a carry and now come chop up the girl and her two pickney dem. How man so wicked?" one irate lady told one876news. 

"Right now, the residents dem a hunt fi him all bout inna the bush and nearby communities, mi hope him no turn himself in before we murder him #@$%%claat."

The residents have been scouring the surrounding areas for him on a highly motivated witch hunt. They want mob justice. They want Scarlett's blood to run scarlet on the ground. The police are asking that cooler heads prevail, and have publicly asked, through the media, that Scarlett to turn himself in to the nearest police station by Thursday at midday. Scarlett reportedly fled the scene after allegedly slaughtering 32-year-old Alesha Francis, alias ‘Alecia’, and her son, Teco Jackson.

The suspect, who is known by the alias ‘Bull’, is being asked to report to the Brown's Town or St Ann's Bay Police station by midday on Thursday.

The accused man is also wanted for questioning in relation to the wounding of his ex-lover's 12-year-old son in the same attack that led to the fatalities.

The child remains hospitalised in serious condition after being chopped during the attack.



It is reported that Francis had ended her relationship with Scarlett over a year ago.


However, he had vowed to take revenge on the woman for her decision.


Police reports are that on Tuesday at about 10:00 p.m., Francis and her three children were walking home when they were pounced upon by a man.


The man, who is believed to have been Scarlett, attacked and chopped Francis before turning the machete he wielded on the children.


The third child, said to be a seven-year-old girl, escaped unharmed.


The injured persons were assisted to a hospital, where Francis and Teco were pronounced dead.

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