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Police names city businessman as the main suspect in biker’s death

rondy jagdeoThe Police have now issued a wanted bulletin for Water Street Businessman Rondy Jagdeo, who the Police say is wanted for questioning in relation to the murder of biker, Kurt Davis.

The Police say the man was born on: August 19, 1985, he is of East Indian decent, stoutly built and fair in complexion.

His Last known address is given as Lot 159 Third Street, Alexander Village, Georgetown.

According to the Police anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of Rondy Jagdeo is asked to contact the Police on telephone numbers 225-6411, 225-2227, 226-7065, 227-1149, 911 or the nearest Police Station.

All information will be treated with strict confidence the Police said.

Commissioner of Police Leroy Brumell has confirmed what many were already saying that water street businessman Rondy Jagdeo is the suspect in the murder of Kurt Davis.

This revelation was made after family members and close friends held a candle light vigil outside of the Brickdam Police station on Sunday. They are demanding justice for Davis and they want a wanted bulletin issued for  Jagdeo.

The two men were very close as seem here in this photograph. This newscast was reliably informed that the fallout between the two men stemmed from an accusation allegedly made by Jagdeo, that Davis was involved with his wife, an allegation the man denied.

A post mortem examination conducted on the man’s body last Friday revealed that he was shot 16 times at point blank range.

Residents in the area are alleging that Jagdeo drove up in a Silver Premio at the man’s Eccles residence to get to the bottom of the story. R

Residents said that they heard a voice coming from inside the car telling him not to do what he was about to.

The man then left Davis’ motionless body on the ground and calmly walked back into his car and drove away.

His wife was reportedly hit in the crossfire and was rushed to a private city hospital where she was placed under Police guard.

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