Reputed Clansman gang leader Tesha Miller’s deportation granted, after evading the Jamaican police for some 7 months.
It is reported that Miller arrived in the island Tuesday afternoon, from the Bahamas and was handed over to local authorities.
Last week, head of the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s Criminal Investigation Branch, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Ealan Powell said Miller was held in The Bahamas for illegally entering that country.
Not much information was revealed as to how Miller’s deportation was scheduled, but he is said to be in good health condition.
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Last year, Miller was listed as a “person of interest” by Jamaica’s Counter Terrorism and Organized Crime Investigation Branch (C-TOC) and was asked to report to the police following a spike in murders in the St Catherine North Division, where the Clansman/Klansman gang is actively engaged in criminal activities.
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He made no effort to appear at the police station and was put on the Jamaican wanted list.
In previous years, Miller has been charged with numerous offences, such as possession of illegal gun, grand theft, robbery with aggravation which has sparked a massive protest in the Spanish Town area.
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