11 more men listed as wanted by Kingston West Police

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Kingston West Police have listed 11 more men as wanted in connection with serious crimes committed in the Division.

They are:

  • Kearon Angus, otherwise called ‘Kadula’, or ‘Dula’, whose last known address is Greenwich Park Road in Kingston 12. He is wanted for murder and shooting with intent.
  • Marlon Keating whose last known address is Upper Second Street in Kingston. He is wanted for murder.
  • Romaine Wright otherwise called ‘Rum Bar’, whose last known address is Golden Heights in Denham Town, Kingston 14 and Glengoffe in St Catherine. He is wanted for murder.
  • Anthony Mathews otherwise called ‘Littleman’ whose last known address is Bond Street, Kingston 14. He is wanted for shooting with intent.
  • A man known only as ‘Teacher’. He is wanted for shooting with intent.
  • A man known only as ‘Platinum’ or ‘Juba’. He is wanted for shooting with intent.
  • A man known only as ‘Elvis’. He is wanted for murder.
  • A man known only as ‘Biggs’. He is wanted for murder.
  • A man known only as ‘Enuh’. He is wanted for murder.
  • A man known only as ‘Jason’. He is wanted for murder.
  • A man known only as ‘Presi’. He is wanted for murder.

They are asked to turn themselves into the Denham Town police by 6:00 pm on Thursday, May 26.

Anyone with information relating to the whereabouts of these wanted men can also contact the Denham Town Criminal Investigations Branch at 876-948-6443, Crime Stop at 311 or the nearest police station.

Earlier today, the Kingston West Police also listed 11 others as persons of interest.

READ: Kingston West Police list wanted men

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