Two men on the Clarendon police’s ‘Most Wanted’ list have been held and charged, one of them for a double murder
They are 22-year-old Shevaughn Hall, otherwise called ‘Munga’ of Evans Avenue, Effortville and 44-year-old Malikie Whyte, otherwise called ‘Hagga’, shop owner of Coffals district, Race Course, both in Clarendon.
Hall, the division’s number one most wanted has been charged with the March 4, 2019 murders of 18-year-old Shavour Henry of Giron Avenue and 18-year-old Najair Ferguson of Top Hill, both in Effortville, Clarendon. Hall has also been charged with shooting with intent, illegal possession of a firearm and illegal possession of ammunition, relative to the incident.
Hall who is also facing charges under the Criminal Justice (Suppression of Criminal Organisations) Act, has also been charged by the St. Elizabeth Police for Robbery with Aggravation.
Whyte was arrested and charged by detectives from the Clarendon Division in relation to a case of rape committed in his community in 2018.