UPDATE: MoBay most wanted linked to murder of foreign national, other killings
24-year-old Nikeelo Lewis

ST JAMES, Jamaica— The St James police have stated that more information has come to light since the capture of the division’s most wanted criminal.

Nickeelo Lewis, also known as ‘Akelio, or Keelo’, was arrested by the police during an intelligence-driven operation along the Reading main road on May 24, 2022. He’s now facing gun-related charges in connection with multiple investigations.

The 24-year old who hails from Grange Pen, Lilliput in St James, is currently wanted for the murder of Horatio Shakes, which was committed on August 18, 2020 at Bugs Bunny in Lilliput. Additionally, he is wanted for the murder of Chevaine Stephens and the wounding with intent of three others, which took place January 4, 2022 at Ocean Heights also in Lilliput.

The St James Police have also named Lewis as a person of interest in connection with:

- The murder of a national of the Dominican Republic, Marie Isabel Valdez, which took place on September 10, 2020 as she worked at a bar in Lilliput.

- The murder of Lindel Wilson committed on September 25, 2021 at Ocean Heights, Lilliput.

- A case of robbery with aggravation, that was committed on September 25, 2021 at Ocean Heights, Lilliput.

Lewis was featured recently on the JCF’s ‘Wanted Wednesday’ social media campaign and was listed on the national wanted person’s list.

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