Cops arrest, charge 'major player' in Clansman Gang

ST CATHERINE, Jamaica – Edward Dunn, otherwise called 'Fabulous' and 'Lucifer', a man the police describe as a “major player” in the infamous Clansman Gang, is now in police custody.

Dunn was arrested on Tuesday, November 24, and charged on Thursday, November 26, for leading a criminal organisation and being a member of a criminal organisation.

According to a news release from the Jamaica Constabulary Force's Corporate Communications Unit (CCU) on Saturday, he was arrested through a collaborative effort of police attached to the Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Investigation Branch (C-and detectives from the St Catherine North Division.

The release said that, in recent times, detectives at C-TOC and St Catherine North Division have arrested and charged several members of the Clansman and One Order gangs operating in and around the Spanish Town area.

The police say the following people from the Clansman Gang have been charged:

1. Sheldon Walters, otherwise called 'Terminate';

2. Marlon Tulluch, otherwise called 'Gappy';

3. Horace Swaby;

4. Jordon Markland; and

5. Jason Mclean, otherwise called 'Daeda'

While, the following people from the One Order Gang have been charged:

1. Aston Daley, otherwise called 'Daley Bwoy';

2. Kemar Thompson, otherwise called 'Spider Man';

3. Jahnoi Laing, otherwise called 'Rhino'; and

4. Nigel Laxbour ,otherwise called 'Tiney'.

“Work is in progress to prosecute additional persons who attach themselves to these criminal gangs,” the CCU said.

Meanwhile, the police say they continue to intensify operations across the island and are in vigorous pursuit of criminal elements.

“Anyone with information on wanted persons and suspicious activities are being asked to contact the police at 119, 311emergrncy numbers or the nearest police station,” the CCU said.

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