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Cayman authorities hunt 'dangerous' Jamaican

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Cayman Island police are seeking to find a Jamaican man who they said is “dangerous” and is in the territory illegally.

According to Cayman media reports, 36-year-old Marlon Crowe was deported last October after serving more than half of a 34-month prison term for drug smuggling.

He was one of three men caught with nearly 200 pounds of ganja after authorities found them drifting some 20 miles off the coast of East End.

The reports further added that after the men were arrested and the ganja seized, the police also found a handgun hidden in the drug haul.

However, there was no evidence that the men had packed the ganja or knew anything about the weapon and with no forensics to link any of them, they dodged the more serious firearm charges.

Police have not said when or how Crowe returned to the island but believe he recently landed there illegally.

Officers said that anyone who sees Crowe should exercise caution as he could be potentially dangerous and that the police should be notified immediately.

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