The government, on Sunday, imposed a 48-hour curfew on the Haylesfield and Coffals sections of Clarendon.
It is the second curfew for Clarendon within a month, which the security forces are using to stem the bloodletting in the central parish, as well as to apprehend criminals.
In December, a 96-hour curfew was imposed on the community of Effortville, Clarendon, after five murders were committed in a 24-hour span.
The latest curfew started at 6 pm on Sunday and will end on Tuesday at 6 pm.
The boundaries of the curfew are:
North along Race Course Main Road from the ‘Welcome to Coffals Community’ sign to the ‘Welcome to Haylesfield Community’ sign at the Haylesfield main road.
East along Haylesfield main road from the ‘Welcome to Haylesfield Community’ sign to an intersection where a ditch is located at the southern boundary.
South along an imaginary line approximately 300 metres from the intersection where the ditch is located at Haylesfield main road to Coffals main road.
West along Coffals main road from the southern boundary to the ‘Welcome to Coffals Community’ sign at Race Course main road.