Kingston Western police list 16 persons of interest, three wanted

The Kingston Western police have listed 16 individuals as persons of interest, who are to report to the Denham Town Criminal Investigations Branch (CIB) by 6:00 pm on Monday, January 30.

Detectives have indicated that these persons may be able to assist them with ongoing investigations in the division.

Several attempts have been made to contact them at their known addresses and phone numbers. However, these efforts have failed.

The persons of interest are:

1. Shamar Gibert, otherwise called ‘Brawlin’ or ‘Tender’

2. David Hall, otherwise called ‘Dujon’

3. Hikomel Lindo, otherwise called ‘Hiko’

4. Jerald Douglas, otherwise called ‘Ready Ready’

5. Oneil Stewart, otherwise called ‘Nero Blacks’

6. Rasheim Brown, otherwise called ‘Shem’

7. Dwayne Grant, otherwise called ‘Billy’

8. Corey Malcolm

9. Paul Malcolm, otherwise called ‘Paulie’

10. Amani Malcolm, otherwise called ‘Bling Bawg’ and ‘Kuwan’

11. Omar Daley, otherwise called ‘Oh Oh’

12. Omarlie Denny, otherwise called ‘Neily Blacks’

13. A man known only as ‘Kaka’

14. A man known only as ‘Kadwa’,

15. Shamal White, otherwise called ‘Gov’

16. Ryan Bembridge, otherwise called ‘Little Blacks’

The following individuals have been listed as wanted and are asked to report to the police immediately.

1. Jomo Barrett

2. Anthony Clarke, otherwise called ‘Delly’

3. Donovan Rowe, otherwise called ‘Chummy’

Anyone with information that can assist in locating the listed persons is asked to contact the Denham Town CIB at 876-948-6443, Crime Stop at 311, the JCF tip line at 811 or the nearest police station.

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