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Motorist Wants Compensation After Being Caught In Crossfire Between Police And Lincoln Avenue Murder Suspect

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Motorist Wants Compensation After Being Caught In Crossfire Between Police And Lincoln Avenue Murder Suspect

  The motorist who was caught in the crossfire between the police and the suspect in the killing of a 16-year-old girl on Lincoln Road in St. Andrew on Saturday, has said he will be seeking compensation from the Government.   Glenford Henry, 46, is being sought for the murder of his grandniece, Sorika Picart, a student of Alpha Academy.   As he engaged the police in a shootout while fleeing the scene, two cops and a woman travelling in a vehicle were shot.   The motorist who was transporting the 26-year-old woman said she was shot twice. She is in stable condition in hospital.   He was not injured.    The man said they had been going about their business when he saw three motorcycles coming towards his vehicle and later realised they were police.    “And when them stop, them just come off a dem bike and start shower shot inna mi car. Me and a female was inside the vehicle. She got shot, the car get shot-up and all a that,” he recalled.     The motorist said he transported the injured woman to hospital, where his car was seized as part of the investigation. He was later told he would have to pay to move the car to a police station.   “That’s unfair because I was going about my rightful business and that’s what took place. I’m not a gunman…I’m not a wrongdoer. So mi just need justice,” he insisted.    He said he wants compensation for the damage to his car, adding that the woman’s medical bills should also be the responsibility of the Government.   Dahlia Garrick, Deputy Superintendent of Police attached to the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Corporate Communications Unit, has said the police will be reaching out to the motorist.