Two of the 31 people listed as wanted by the St. James Police earlier this week have turned themselves in.

They’re Falco Crooks and Stephano Anthony Johnson.

On Tuesday, the St. James police warned the 31, including a woman and a 17-year-old male, to turn themselves in by Thursday.

Crime Officer with the St. James Police Division, Superintendent Wayne Josephs, says Crooks and Johnson surrendered to the police yesterday.

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Superintendent Josephs says the men have not yet been charged but they remain in custody.

In the meantime, Head of the St. James Police, Senior Superintendent Marlon Nesbeth, says they’re conducting operations to apprehend the other 29 people who’ve been listed as wanted.

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Among the persons still at large are: thirty-seven-year-old Adrian Robinson also called ‘Rasta’, twenty-two-year-old Deandre Harris, otherwise called ‘Slick’, of Mount Salem and Delano Wilmott, also called ‘Lano’ and ‘Prekeh Bwoy’.

They are wanted in connection with murders, shootings and other offenses in and around the parish.

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