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Westmoreland wanted man captured in Hanover

Monday, September 18, 2017

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Sandy Bay Police in Hanover have reported the capture of one of Westmoreland's most wanted men during an operation in Hoodland district on Friday, September 15.

In custody is 25-year-old Kemar Clarke, otherwise called 'Max', unemployed of Hugger Lane, Norwood in St James, who also resides at Mount Peto in Hanover.

Clarke was wanted for murders, shootings and illegal possession of firearm in both Westmoreland and St James.

Reports are that about 5:30 pm Clarke was spotted by the cops during a search of premises in Hoodland district.

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