Hanover, Jamaica (McKoy’s News)- ALLEGED WANTED MAN CAUGHT IN HANOVER: A man who the Police say was allegedly being sought in connection with several murders in the parish of Westmoreland was apprehended in the parish of Hanover on Saturday (September 16, 2017). The alleged wanted man has been identified as 25-yr-old Kemar Clarke otherwise called” Max”, unemployed of Hugar Lane in Norwood St. James.

The police say Clarke was being sought in connection with separate murder incidents in the parish of Westmoreland and other crimes committed in St James. Reports are that on Saturday afternoon the police, acting on information received, went to a house in Woodland Community where the house was searched and Clarke and another occupant was taken into custody.

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