REPUTED Klansman leader Tesha Miller is expected to be closely watched by the police after he arrives in Jamaica, following his serving of a prison term in the United States.
Commissioner of Police Dr Carl Williams told journalists on Friday that the police have been “doing our planning to ensure that [Miller] doesn’t add to our problems”.
Miller, who was convicted in the United States in 2014 on a charge of illegal entry, was scheduled to arrive in the island yesterday.
News last year that he would have been released early, triggered anxiety among Spanish Town, St Catherine residents as there was an intense battle at the time for leadership of the criminal Klansman gang that is supportive of the ruling People’s National Party.
A Miami police officer is the subject of an internal investigation that includes allegations that she performed in pornographic movies while serving as a cop.
Local 10 News obtained copies of some of the films featuring Officer Sabine Raymonvil, 30, an eight-year veteran of the Miami Police Department.
Among those she performs sex acts with in the clips is Emerson Callum, a pornographer who is now serving a life sentence in federal prison after being convicted of drugging and raping women who auditioned for his company in 2012.
Several people listed as either ‘wanted’ or ‘persons of interest’ by police in the Kingston Western Division are being asked to visit the Denham Town Police by 9:00 am Friday.
Twelve individuals have been identified as wanted for crimes including murder, shooting with intent and robbery. They are:
The Manchester police have confirmed that two men were today charged for possession of and manufacturing counterfeit notes.
The counterfeit notes were seized on Monday.
The men have been identified as Paul Graham, 60, and his 30-year-old nephew, Tyrone Graham.
According to police reports, members of the Proactive Investigation team, acting on information, went to their home in Union district, Hatfield, Manchester, about 8:00 pm, and found the men making the fake money.