WANTED – Help the Police Find Alleged Convicted Baby Killer

St. Mary, Jamaica (McN)TRIPLE MURDER: The man who allegedly murdered a 9-month-old baby girl, and two (2) adults last year, escaped on August 11, 2016 from the lock-up at the Islington, St Mary Police Station  — and is still being searched for by police.

The St. Mary police is seeking the public’s help in finding the escapee who cut through the bars of his cell to get away.

29-year-old Charles Hamilton, also known as “Tuggy Tuggy” is allegedly wanted for the triple murder of 9-month-old Aleair Sewell of Swift River, Portland;  62-year-old Albert Pryce, alias ‘Ali’ of Annotto Bay, St Mary; and 25-year-old Rushell Williams, the mother of baby Sewell.

The murders occurred in Annotto Bay, St Mary, on Thursday, September 8, 2016. The bodies were found at a house on Love Lane on Fort George Road in Annotto Bay, with multiple gunshot injuries.

Charles Hamilton was convicted of shooting with intent by the St. Mary Circuit Court, and was awaiting sentencing when he escaped.

Help the Police Find Charles Hamilton

Charles Hamilton was  known to frequent the  Islington and Annotto Bay communities.

Hamilton was scheduled to be sentenced in the Home Circuit Court on September 15, 2016 when he escaped.

Anyone knowing Hamilton’s whereabouts are being asked to call the police at 119 or contact the nearest police station.

Charles Hamilton is considered armed and dangerous.


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