Police Investigating Four Homicides

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The police are investigating the circumstances surrounding four homicides that took place between 8p.m. Sunday, November 13th, 2016, and after 2a.m. on Monday, November 14th, 2016.
Dead are Nicholas Layne a male in his early thirties, who was attacked in the public road at Cocoa, Campden Park; Pamela Williams of Kingstown Park, who was in her fifties; Avis Israel, 74 years old and her son Ronald Israel in his early forties, both of Old Montrose.

At 11:08 p.m., November 13th, 2016, the police received a 911 call that someone was killing someone at Cocoa, Campden Park. When the police arrived at the scene Layne was discovered in the public road lifeless with two stab wounds to the chest, beat marks about his body and blunt force trauma to the head.

Later at 1:28a.m, Monday, November 14th, 2016, the police received a call of an incident at Kingstown Park involving Williams. When the police arrived Williams was found motionless in bed with blunt force trauma to the head.

The Israels were discovered on Monday at  about 9 a.m, with blunt force trauma to the head.These homicides bring the total number of homicides for the year to 31.

Members of the public with information that can lead to the identification of the body can contact the Criminal Investigations Department at 457-1211 or 456-2906 or 456-1810.
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