Shedeque Calvert Obituary, Daughter Allegedly kills By Father At Kingston Home

Shedeque Calvert Obituary, Death – A manhunt is now being launched by the police in search of the father as a consequence of what the authorities believe to have been an incident between the two on Sunday morning at their house in Kingston, Jamaica. Shedeque Calvert, who was 17 years old and resided on Barry Street in the parish, has been identified as the person who passed dead.

The investigation that led to this discovery was conducted in the parish. According to the information gathered, Shedeque’s father and daughter got into a quarrel at around 1:10 in the morning, and during the course of the altercation, Shedeque was reportedly stabbed in the chest with a knife. According to what was said, the quarrel began when the father became upset because his daughter was behaving up.

She was transported to the hospital in a timely manner; however, despite getting care at the facility, she passed very shortly after her arrival. The Jamaica Police Force has said that it is reiterating its commitment to minimizing the number of instances of abuse that take place within the same family. This objective will be accomplished by disseminating information to the general public and conducting investigations into any and all incidences of domestic abuse that have been reported.

In addition, this aim will be accomplished by reducing the number of victims of domestic violence. The fact that the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) currently operates 10 Domestic Violence Intervention (DVI) facilities all throughout the island is being brought to the attention of the general public.

Victims of intimate partner abuse may get assistance and support at these institutions. In addition, the JCF is urging that persons report any incidents of suspected domestic violence, even if they are not the victim of the attack themselves. This request applies to anyone in situations when they are not the direct target of the assault. This appeal is directed for everyone in the room who was not the target of the assault.