Police have arrested a charged a young Cayon man for the May 18 shooting death of Jermaine “Chow Mein”Dore. The Observer was reliably informed Wednesday that charges would likely be laid in St. Kitts’ most recent murder and on Thursday (May 30) police informed that 24-year-old Krami O’Loughlin alias “Imark”of Hermitage, Cayon was charged with murdering 30-year-old Dore. Dore was gunned down just before 10pm in a Lower Cayon area called Hogland, where he was playing dominos with at least three others. According to witnesses at the scene the group of men was outside a small shop when a masked gunman approached, opened fire and fled the scene on foot. The Hermitage resident died on the spot. His mother and several others close relatives went to the scene and were observed crying uncontrollably and holding each other up. The last two murders that occurred on St. Kitts were in Cayon; on March 26 Miguel “Miggy””Nino”Byron, 32, of Cayon was shot multiple times about his body just outside his Back Street home. There had also been a number of non-fatal shootings in the village and the upsurge in gun-related activity prompted calls for the community to assist the police with information about crimes. The community in turn asked police to up their patrols and become more visible in the Cayon area. Area representative Hon. Eugene Hamilton also pleaded for an end to the criminality and killings. According to information reaching this media house Cayon is currently embroiled in a “gang war’ between the Upper and Lower parts of the rural village.