St Andrew South Police list ten wanted men

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The St Andrew South Police have listed ten men on their latest list of wanted individuals.

Wanted are:

1. Courtney Ashley, otherwise called ‘Bloodstain’. Ashley is wanted for the murder and wounding with intent for a November 6, 2017. The incident was committed on Fenbrook Aveune, Kingston 20.

2. Romario Grant, otherwise called ‘Kaka’, of Nelson Road, Kingston 13, is wanted for the May 18, 2021 murder of Delano Messam, also of Nelson Road, Kingston 13.

3. Ronald Smith, otherwise called ‘Pop Skull’ and ‘White Knight’, is wanted for the wounding with intent from an incident involving Daniel McGrowder, committed on Monday, April 15, 2022 at Ashley Road, Kingston 13

4. Dante Morgan, is wanted for wounding with intent.

5. Anteneil Raynolds, otherwise called ‘Son-Son’, of Marlborough Avenue in New Haven, Kingston 20 is wanted for the October 7, 2021 murder of Denique Salmon, committed at Riverside Drive in New Haven.

6. Theodore Bearer, otherwise called ‘Theo’, of Duhaney Terrance in New Haven, Kingston 20, is also wanted in connection with the murder of Denique Salmon.

7. Raheem Brown, otherwise called ‘Berger’, of Crescent Road, Kingston, for the offence of asault at common law with use of a firearm and the March 2019 murder of David Jackson on Joseph Road, Kingston 13.

8. Jermaine Richards, otherwise called ‘Reechie’, of a Penn Road address is wanted in connection with the May 2020 murder of Eswick Lawson.

9. Albert Mitchel, otherwise called ‘Ballie’, of Anderson Drive, Riverton Meadows, Kingston 11. He is wanted for the November 2021 murder of Norman Dunkley.

10. Marques Ellis, otherwise called ‘Marques’, is also wanted in connection with the murder of Norman Dunkley.

The men are being asked to immediately turn themselves in to the Hunts Bay Police.

In addition, anyone with information that can assist the police is asked to contact the Hunts Bay Police at 876-923-7111 or Crime Stop at 311. Members of the public are also being advised that it is a crime to harbour a fugitive and are urged to share any information they have with the police.

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