Seven men wanted by St Elizabeth police

Monday, December 24, 2012

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KINGSTON, Jamaica - The St Elizabeth Police have listed seven men who they say are wanted for various crimes committed in the parish. The men are being asked to turn themselves in to the Black River Police or the nearest police station immediately.

They are:
Andre Fitzroy Daniels
Martin Wallace otherwise called ‘Nanco’
Christopher Simpson otherwise called ‘Chris’
Jackson Gayle otherwise called ‘Randy Gayle’ and ‘Bolaz’
Samora Waite otherwise called ‘Sam’
Dukor Lewis, and
Ricardo Burnett

Andre Daniels who is wanted for murder and shooting with intent is 24-year-old is of dark, medium build and sports a cornrow hair style. He is known to frequent Lacovia and Middle Quarters in St Elizabeth, Greater Portmore in St Catherine and Montego Bay in St James respectively.

Martin Wallace is wanted for murder.

Christopher Simpson who is wanted for murder is of dark complexion, slim build, about 5-feet-11-inches) tall and has a straight face.

Jackson Gayle who is wanted for murder is 45-year-old sports a low cut hair, has a round face and is stout build. He is known to frequent Denham Town in the West Kingston area.

Samora Waite who is wanted for shooting with intent is 32-year-old of dark complexion, slim build and about 5-feet--inches) tall. He is known to frequent Elderslie,White Hill and Cameron Hill all in Maggotty, St.Elizabeth.

Dukor Lewis who is wanted for shooting with intent and wounding with intent is 31-year-old, is of brown complexion, medium build, about 6-feet tall and with tattoos to all his fingers. He is known to frequent Black River and Santa Cruz in St Elizabeth.

Ricardo Burnett who is wanted for wounding with intent is of dark complexion, medium build, about 5-feet-10-inches tall and has a straight face. He is known to frequent Middle Quarters in St Elizabeth.

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of any of these men is being asked to contact the Black River Police at 965-2232 or 965-2236-7, Crime Stop at 311, Police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.                  




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