Guyanese Hotelier Among Three Extradited from Jamaica to USA

Nationwide News understands that Prominent Guyanese hotelier, Shervington Lovell and two accomplices were extradited from Jamaica to the United States.

They were extradited on Friday.

Shervington is otherwise known as ‘Big Head’. He’s the owner of at least two hotels in Guyana and real estate in Jamaica. He was taken into custody a few weeks ago in connection with drug trafficking and money laundering charges which he’s to face in the United States.

Lovell was arrested at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston on a provisional arrest warrant under the Extradition Act. He waived his right to an extradition hearing in Jamaica.

Also extradited today were two men who were in Lovell’s company when he was detained at the Airport.

They are; Ricardo Rameriz, a Colombian national and Steven Antonius who’s from Suriname.

Both Antonius and Rameriz also waived their right to an extradition.

Our sources say the US say the men were flown to the United States in the company of US Marshalls.

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