Kingston Western Police list three wanted men, 14 persons of interest
Shadane McKenzie, otherwise called ‘Murphy’ and ‘Phillipines’ (left and right) and Antonique Ellis, otherwise called ‘Noki’ (middle)

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Kingston Western Police have listed three wanted men and 14 persons of interest who they believe may be able to assist them with ongoing investigations in the division.

The police said several attempts have been made to contact them at their known addresses and phone numbers, however, these efforts have failed.

The following individuals are to report to the Denham Town Criminal Investigations Branch (CIB) by 6:00 pm on Tuesday, February 7.

1. Kareem Martin, otherwise called ‘Chubbles’

2. Nakia Campbell, otherwise called ‘Bolo’

3. Stuart Burton, otherwise called ‘Bing’

4. Andre Barracks, otherwise called ‘Bups’ and ‘Rasta’

5. Nicoy Waldron, otherwise called ‘Bun Up’ and ‘Bun Dog’

6. Kemar Jones, otherwise called ‘Kisses’

7. Tori Baugh

8. Damion Walker, otherwise called ‘Shines’

9. Debean Bryce, otherwise called ‘Dolla Boss’

10. Raheem Baugh

11. Corey Cleary

12. Kevin Smith, otherwise called ‘Kev’

13. A man known only as ‘Pepper Boy’

14. A man known only as ‘Ah Ah’

Additionally, the following individuals, who are all of Arnett Gardens, Kingston addresses have been listed as wanted and are asked to report to the police immediately:

Antonique Ellis, otherwise called ‘Noki’

Shadane McKenzie, otherwise called ‘Murphy’ and ‘Phillipines’

Charles Lundgren, otherwise called ‘Charlie’.

The Kingston Western police say all three men are wanted for murder.

The police are urging anyone with information that can assist in locating these persons 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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