Jamaica’s chief prosecutor Paula Llewellyn has made a ruling in the so-called Chedwin Park shooting incident in St Catherine.
The decision has not been disclosed.
Llewellyn, the director of public prosecutions (DPP), confirmed a short time ago that the case file containing the ruling is at her office to be collected by the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM).
In the meantime, The Gleaner understands that ballistic tests have confirmed a match between bullet fragments taken from the body of murdered businessman Sheldon ‘Junior Biggs’ Daley and a gun removed from the car in which three alleged rogue cops were travelling.
A police corporal and a civilian were killed at the end of a wild, high-speed gunfight that started with the killing of Daley allegedly by the rogue cops at a party in Chedwick Park, St Catherine on April 28.
According to reports, an off-duty cop who witnessed the incident pursued his colleagues as they attempted to flee in an unmarked Nissan motorcar.
A fierce, high-speed chase and gun-battle reportedly ensued before the vehicle with the three cops collided with another at the intersection of Brunswick Avenue and Job Lane, also in St Catherine.
When the smoke cleared police corporal Rohan Williams was dead.
Kevron Burrell, a visitor from overseas, was also dead.
Their post mortem reports indicate that they died from blunt force injuries.
Burrell was driving the car that collided with the Nissan in which the cops were drivin