Wanted persons, persons of interest listed by St Andrew South police

ST ANDREW, Jamaica — Several persons have been listed as wanted by the St Andrew South police while several others have been named as persons of interest.

The listed persons have been asked to report to the Hunts Bay Police Station immediately.

Those wanted are:

1. Ronald Smith, otherwise called ‘Skull’, who frequents Browns Lane, Ashley Road and Bentley Road in St Andrew, as well as Central Village and Top Burke Road in St Catherine. Smith is wanted for a case of wounding with intent.

2. Romario Grant, otherwise called ‘Kaka’, of Nelson Road, Kingston 13. He is wanted for murder.

3. Albert Mitchell, otherwise called ‘Ballie’, of Anderson Drive, Riverton Meadows in St Andrew who is wanted for murder.

4. Marques Ellis of Riverton Meadows in St. Andrew. He is wanted for murder.

5. Shantoney Cardis, otherwise called ‘Chassy’, who frequents Union Gardens, Green Road and Harbour View in St Andrew. He is wanted in connection with a shooting.

6. Shawayne Campbell, otherwise called ‘Fatta’ or ‘Stinga’, of Majesty Gardens, Kingston 11. He is wanted for murder.

7. Anteniel Reynolds, otherwise called ‘Son Son’, of New Haven, Kingston 20. He is wanted for murder.

8. Jermaine Richards, otherwise called ‘Reechie’, who frequents Ashoka Road and Penwood Road, St Andrew.

9. Ackeem Sibbles, otherwise called ‘Reds’. He is of dark complexion, slim build and about 5 feet 1 inch tall. He is wanted for murder.

10. Quadon Green is wanted for murder. He is of a bleached brown complexion and about 5 feet 4 inches tall.

The following individuals have been named as persons of interest:

1. Dennis Brown, otherwise called ‘Prezzi’, of Bayfarm Road, Kingston 11.

2. Marvin Thomas, otherwise called ‘Gun Head’, of Rhoden Crescent, Kingston 11.

3. Evroy Knight, otherwise called ‘Bunny’, of McDonald Place, St Andrew.

4. Orlando Rattray, otherwise called ‘Tavaughn’, of Rhoden Crescent, St Andrew.

5. Rudeesh Vassel, otherwise called ‘Sizzla’, of Seaward Drive, St Andrew.

6. Mark Harrison, otherwise called ‘Mark Two’, of Four Forty Drive, Kingston 11.

7. Anthony Richards, otherwise called ‘Dabby Daps’, of Thetford Avenue, Kingston 20.

8. Phebian Burke, otherwise called ‘Shane’, of Welcome Avenue, Kingston 20.

9. Everol Hilton, otherwise called ‘Chunkie’, of Carwaina Avenue, Kingston 20.

10. Stephen Sterling, otherwise called ‘Tractor’, of Savitri Road, Kingston 20.

11. Omar Levy, otherwise called ‘Squaddie’, of Balcombe Drive, Kingston 11.

12. Matthew Hemmings, otherwise called ‘Wrong Move’, of York Avenue, Kingston 11.

Anyone knowing the whereabouts of these individuals is being asked to contact the Hunts Bay Police at 876-927-7778, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.

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