JAMAICA-Medical assistant charged with stealing baby

Police in Jamaica have charged a 47-year-old medical assistant in connection with the disappearance of a one-day-old baby girl from the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI) yesterday.

The medical assistant, Lorna Williams, who is from Mountain View Avenue in Kingston 2, was today charged with child abduction.

Police say the baby was found in Williams’ care in Rollington Town some five hours after she was reported missing.

In a statement yesterday, Chairman of the Board of the University Hospital of the West Indies James Moss Solomon said at approximately 10:30 am, they were alerted to the fact that there was a missing baby from Ward 11. (Jamaica Observer)

2 Responses to JAMAICA-Medical assistant charged with stealing baby

  1. John Mark
    John Mark December 11, 2016 at 4:58 pm

    This news is truly sad, but my question to Barbados Today is why our newspapers only bring negative news from Jamaica, Its rare to none to see our media cover or Highlight positive news from Jamaica. Reports like this would only lead bajans, and other Caribbean citizens to think of Jamaica and Jamaicans as only crazy people, this is truly sad. Why couldn’t we highlight these great stories,reports from Jamaica that happen in the same week.

    The Port of Kingston welcomed its first cruise ship in five years today. The MS Monarch, operated by Royal Caribbean’s Pullmantur Brand, had 2,700 passengers on board: http://bit.ly/2g6VlgQ

    2. It was an early Christmas for Jamaica at the 23rd World Travel Awards (WTA) ceremony in the Maldives, southern Asia, on Friday, as the island topped all other Caribbean destinations in winning nine awards – three individuals and six by resorts and travel partners: http://bit.ly/2goTvUy
    Jamaica walked away with the individual awards for: World’s Leading Cruise Destination and World’s Leading Wedding Destination, while Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett continued with his ‘purple patch’ by copping the award for the World’s Leading Personality for Outstanding Services to Travel.

    The island’s resorts and travel partners scored with: World’s Leading Luxury Hotel Villa (Ian Fleming Villa @ Goldeneye); World’s Leading New Island Resort (Melia BracoVillage), World’s Leading Villa Resort (Round Hill Hotel and Villas); World’s Leading Family Resort Brand (Beaches); World’s Leading All-Inclusive Company (Sandals Resorts International); and World’s Leading Caribbean Attractions Company (Island Routes Caribbean Adventure).

    3 Jamaica’s swimming star Alia Atkinson won gold in the women’s 100 metres breaststroke at the 2016 FINA World Short Course Championships in Windsor, Canada, last night.

    Atkinson, the joint world record holder in the event, clocked 1:03.03 to defeat Americans Lilly Kong, 1:03.35, and Molly Hannis, 1:03.89.

    The gold brought Jamaica’s and Atkinson’s medal tally at the meet to three. She had captured silver in the 50 metres breaststroke and a bronze medal in the 100 metres individual medley.

    4. Sutherland Global will roll out two new call centre operations in six months.

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  2. Francis December 12, 2016 at 11:02 am

    Lol
    Get real John Mark
    Negative news sell
    This is not about Jamaica. It is how the media is period!!
    Sad but true.

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