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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Police Commissioner Clayton Fernander revealed startling details into the shocking death of that 16-year-old girl who was shot and killed in Nassau Village. 

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Police Commissioner Clayton Fernander revealed startling details into the shocking death of that 16-year-old girl who was shot and killed in Nassau Village. 

Fernander alleges it involves a wanted man caught in a gang war. He made the revelation as he gave an update on the recent murders.

As police investigate the shocking killing of sixteen-year-old Davinique Gray, Fernander alleges her mother had a relationship with Gamaliei Gray who is wanted by police.

Police believe the matter is gang-related.

Fernander claims the mother was aware Gray is wanted by police. Hours after the commisisoner’s press conference, he turned himself in to police just after 3pm today.

Fernander alleges Coakley was involved in an altercation but refused to give police any information on the matter, a few days later this happened.

Then there was the murder of Travis Allen, who was fatally shot down the street from police headquarters. Police believe this may have been a drug-related matter.

They are looking for Rashad Paul aka Eyes who was being electronically monitored but allegedly ditched his ankle monitor.

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