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37 men wanted in St James, says DCP Haye

Monday, January 22, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) in charge of the Crime and Security Portfolio, of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), Selvin Haye today disclosed that a total of 37 wanted men were identified in St James prior to the announcement of the state of emergency.

On Friday, the police named five men from the list who were considered “priority” however, DCP Haye noted another list currently being circulated on social media and discussed on some traditional media outlets did not come from the JCF.

He explained that the list that was compiled by the JCF consists of individuals who are wanted and for whom court-ready files and warrants of arrests have been prepared.

“Once those individuals are captured, they can be immediately taken before the courts,” he said, noting that the list of wanted persons is being constantly monitored and is updated regularly. Below is the full list of 37 people being sought from St James:

1. Shaneil Lutan

2. Delano Wilmott

3. Arnold Gayle

4. Marshall Dillion

5. Nico Samuels

6. Kasheem Lewis

7. Devon Reid

8. Deandre Devonte

9. Kirk Stevens

10. Christopher boyd

11. O'Neil Brown

12. Laura Meggie

13. Brandon Case

14. Sanjae Hodari Nelson

15. Danrick Campbell

16. Oran Dunn

17. Jason Gordon

18. Kerlando Wallace

19. Ryan Peterkin

20. Travis Rasheen Myrie

21. Javaughn Campbell

22. Andre Fullerton

23. Sheldon Grey

24. A man known only as 'Andrew'

25. Daniel Gray

26. Kevon Francis

27. Albert Anthony Samuels

28. A man known only as 'Beggy Dan'

29. Torr Burnett

30. Kaval Duncan

31. A man known only as 'Jolo'

32. Lennox McLeod

33. Orlando Burnett

34. Davion Kevro Reid

35. Donald Anthony Reid

36. Oral Dunn

37. Daniel Allwood

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