St. Andrew South Police Seek 17 Persons of Interest

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The St. Andrew South Police are asking 17 people to turn themselves in to the police as they are listed as persons of interest.

That’s according to a statement this afternoon from the Constabulary’s Corporate Communication’s Unit, CCU.

The Hunts Bay Criminal Investigative Branch, CIB, says the 17 people are from two separate areas in the police division.

Eleven of the persons of interest listed are from Mahoe Drive in Kingston 11.

They are Don Leslie Harley otherwise called ‘Don’, Omar Prince Headley otherwise called ‘Kevin’ and ‘Popeye’ and Gavin Howell otherwise called ‘Ratty’.

Also listed are Omar Campbell otherwise called ‘Skinny Man’ and Ricardo McKoy otherwise called ‘Rick Banks’ and ‘Geezas’.

The police only know six of the eleven men by their aliases.

These men are only known as Mousey, Gungo, Phangie, Bomber, Neil and Kapus.

The police have named six men from York Avenue as persons of interest.

They are Lionel Johnson otherwise called ‘Lynie’ and Errol Johnson otherwise called ‘Muscle’.

Four of the persons of interest from York Avenue are only known by their aliases.

They are called Wrong Move, Junior Fire, Dexter and a man known as Grant and Badda.

These men are being asked to turn themselves into the Hunts Bay Police by 6:00 o’clock on Wednesday evening.

Also, the police are asking anyone who may be able to help them to locate any of the persons are being asked to contact investigators at 876-923-7230.

People can also contact Crime Stop at 311, the police 119 emergency number or the nearest Police Station.

Superintendent Aaron Fletcher of the St. Andrew South Division, told our news centre two weeks ago that Mahoe Drive and York Avenue have been in long-standing conflict.



William Mitchell is a sports-fanatic turned journalist. He graduated from CARIMAC in 2016. He interned at the Jamaica Gleaner covering sports and joined NNN in 2017. Mitchell covers crime for Nationwide. He’s been to every single zone of special operations across the island.


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