Two cows were recovered after police came under heavy gunfire from armed men in an area called Ramble in St Ann on Friday (October 2).
Reports from the police are that at about 12:35 am officers intercepted a Toyota Probox motor car travelling along the Ramble main road which was signalled to stop.
However, the driver refused and sped off, crashing into a section of the service vehicle as he attempted to escape.
Armed men aboard the vehicle opened gunfire at the police, who returned the gunfire.
The vehicle then sped off once more.
The police team pursued it and found it abandoned along a section of the road. When Police officers searched the motor vehicle, they found two calves inside.
The motor vehicle was seized and the owner of the calves identified while detectives continued to explore leads.
Later the same day, the lawmen arrested a man and a woman in connection with the investigation.
The man, who had a gunshot wound to the leg, was assisted to the hospital for treatment and was later released into police custody.
Following the incident, Acting Commanding Officer for the division, Superintendent Carlos Russell, revealed the names of four men who are asked to turn themselves in to the St Ann’s Bay Police by 5:00 pm Monday (October 5), they are:
Terrence Harilan of Windsor district, St. Ann’s Bay, St Ann;
A man known only as ‘Reneil’, and ‘Country’ of Parry Town, Ocho Rios, St Ann;
A man known only as ‘Jermaine’ of a Kingston address
A man known only as ‘Tall Man’ of Windsor district, St. Ann’s Bay in St. Ann.
The matter has been reported to the Inspectorate and Professional Standards Oversight Bureau (IPROB) as well as the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM).