Kingston West Police list wanted men

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Kingston West police have listed several individuals as wanted in connection with murders and shootings committed across the Division.

They are:

  • Omar Burford, otherwise called ‘Gunnas’, whose last known address is Upper Oxford Street in Kingston West. He is wanted for murder.
  • Charles Lundgren, otherwise called ‘Charlie’, whose last known address is New Lincoln Road in Kingston 5. He is wanted for murder.
  • Shadane McKenzie, otherwise called ‘Murphy’. He is wanted for two counts of murder.
  • Oshane Cooper, otherwise called ‘OB’, whose last known address is Tivoli Gardens in Kingston West. He is wanted for murder.
  • Everton Brown, otherwise called ‘Sketteh’, ‘Kevin’, or ‘John’, whose last known address is Greenwich Road in Kingston 13. He is wanted for murder.
  • A man known only as ‘Ritchie’, who is wanted for murder.
  • A man known only as ‘Renald’. He is wanted for two counts of shooting with intent.
  • A man known only as ‘Shortman’, whose last known address is Greenwich Town in Kingston West. He is wanted for shooting with intent.
  • Asheay Brissett, otherwise called ‘Pegasus’, whose last known address is Torrington Park in Kingston 5. He is wanted for two counts of shooting with intent.
  • Markel Chin, otherwise called ‘Wifi Boss’, whose last known address is Upper Second Street in Kingston 12. He is wanted for shooting with intent.
  • Dennis Mundell, otherwise called ‘Ginseng’, whose last known address is Spanish Town Road in Kingston 13. He is wanted for murder and shooting with intent.

The men are being asked to turn themselves in to 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.

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