Jamaica’s Most Wanted ‘Duppy Film’ Killed

Licensed Firearm Found In Duppy Film's Possession

St. Thomas, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) Jamaica’s Most Wanted ‘Duppy Film’ Killed: Jamaica’s Most Wanted, Marlon Perry most popularly known as ‘Duppy Film’ has been confirmed as dead. Today September 24, 2014, Perry was shot by a police officer in Port Morant, St. Thomas around 11:30 am.

Perry was wearing an army fatigues shirt, black pants, brown shoes and a bulletproof vest. he was carrying 4 cell phones, chargers, a power bank and was staying at the premises of a businessman.

The Head of Crime for the Area 5 Police Division, Senior Superintendent Derrick Champagnie has confirmed the death. One AK 47 Rifle and two pistols were reportedly recovered.

Perry is accused of killing Corporal Kenneth Davis and Constable Craig Palmer on December 22, 2015 and is also wanted for a string of shootings, rapes and other crimes. On the day in questioning Perry had allegedly published a video on YouTube boasting about killing the police officers.