Alert!!! St James Police List Eight Additional Wanted Persons

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Jamaican News, February 4, 2018

St James, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) Eight Additional Wanted Persons: the St James Police have listed these additional eight persons as wanted for several crimes committed in St James and are urging them to surrender to the Police by noon Monday, February 5.

These persons listed as Wanted by the St James Police Division are:

  • Christopher Boyd who is otherwise known as ‘Plank’
  • Kiran Gows
  • Tajay Dixon, 21-year-old of Grange Pen, St James
  • Fiona Wiliams of Grange Pen, St James
  • Christopher Taylor of Green Heights Meadows, St James
  • Christopher Vassell of Tangle River, St James
  • Timothy Spence, otherwise known as ‘Shotta’ of Red Square, St James
  • Leon Spence of Red Square, St James

The Security forces are encouraging persons identified as wanted, and also relatives or friends who may know of their whereabouts to contact the nearest Police Station, Crime Stop at 31, 811, the Stay Alert App or have a Pastor or Justice of the Peace accompany them to the nearest Police Station.

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