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15 men listed as persons of interest in Clarendon

Thursday, May 17, 2018

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CLARENDON, Jamaica — The Clarendon police have listed 15 men as persons of interest in the parish and are asking them to immediately visit the May Pen Police Station.

The police said nine of the men are from Farm/Effortville in Clarendon. They are

• Leon Blackstock

• Jerome Whyte otherwise called 'Labba'

• Zemar Nelson otherwise called 'Dillen'

• Everton Nelson otherwise called 'Eva'

• Andrew Robinson otherwise called 'Breda Dog'

• Omar Wright otherwise called 'Foxy'

• Kenrick Scott otherwise called 'Mad Max'

• Leon Rose otherwise called 'Hitler'

• Claudius Bryan otherwise called 'Brains'

The remaining men are from Webb Lane, Palmers Cross in Clarendon, the police said. They are:

• Lennox Bryson otherwise called 'Crimist' or 'Bull'

• Paul Bryson otherwise called 'Ken'

• Gilbert Mighty otherwise called 'Twinny'

• Davren Johnson otherwise called 'Bling Dog'

• A man known only as 'Biggs'

• David Harris otherwise called 'Puppy' from Pennants district in the parish.

The police are urging anyone knowing the whereabouts of the listed men to contact the May Pen police at 986-2208, Crime Stop at 311, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.

The police did not provide photographs of the named individuals.

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