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Police name five wanted men

Friday, November 17, 2017

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KINGSTON, Jamaica— The police have named five men wanted for a range of offences including murder, illegal possession of firearm, wounding with intent, and larceny.

They are:

1) Charles Hamilton, otherwise called Tuggy Tuggy, who escaped custody.

Police say he frequents Love Lane, Annotto Bay in St Mary and Hermitage Dam Road, Stony Hill, St Andrew.

Hamilton was found guilty on July 27, 2016 for illegal possession of firearm and shooting with intent and sentenced to 15 years in prison.

2) Ryan Peterkin o/c Ratty

Frequents Retrieve District, Mother Lane, Cambridge in St James

Peterkin is wanted for murder and shooting committed in the St James and Hanover divisions in 2016. He is nvolved in lottery scamming activities in the Cambridge area.

3) Kniko St Aubyn Walters o/c Speckles

Walters is of 22 Sevens Road, May Pen in Clarendon and is wanted for shooting with intent (committed against the police)

He is aligned to the Red Square Gang and frequents Long Gully; Buzz Rock-Line; Bucks Common; Juno Crescent; Bailey's Avenue; Chapleton; Canaan Heights and Race Course.

4) Davion Brown o/c Balti

Brown hails from New Market Oval, Savanna la mar, and Sterling District, Grange Hill, both in Westmoreland.

He is wanted for murder committed at Great George Street, Savanna- la mar and is listed as a Person of Interest in three other murders and one shooting incident.

5) Shaniel Luton

Luton is from Farm Heights, Montego Bay in St James

He is wanted for a double murder committed in August 2012 and for escaping custody on 30/11/15. He was previously charged with the offence of larceny and was convicted on November 8, 2007, in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate Court in St James.

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