An ex-police officer who was stationed in the parish of St Mary, and who resigned as a police officer, and fled the island after shooting an entertainer to death in the parish, in 2017, was deported from the USA on Thursday, August 30th, and charged with murder.
24 year old, Oshane Wayne Thompson, was charged by the Bureau of Special Investigation on Thursday with the murder of Kriston Pearson, otherwise called ” Insta Boss ” dancehall entertainer of Islington in St Mary, and Exchange in Ochi Rios.
Reports by the St Mary police are that about 4:00 am, on May 7th, 2017, Thompson was at a party been held in Trinity, St Mary, when he got involved in an argument with the entertainer, over a female.
It is further reported that during the argument, Pearson used a bottle to hit the then, police officer. Thompson drew his firearm and opened fire hitting the entertainer on his chest.
Pearson was rushed to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. Following the incident, a special investigation was carried out by a team attached to INDECOM and the St Mary police.
During that period, Thompson tended his resignation and left the Island for the United States of America, on June 13th, 2017 where he intended to spend time until December of the same year.
Thompson overstayed his visit in the USA, and in March of 2018, he was held by the immigration in New Jersey and charged. He was dragged before the courts and ordered to be deported back to Jamaica, on August 12th.
The Bureau of Special Investigation conducted an immediate investigation and ordered that the Thompson be charged for murder.
He is now represented by Attorney-at-law, Peter Champagne and is booked to appear in the St Mary Parish Court on Monday, September 3rd.