The Westmoreland police are calling for four men who are on their wanted list and persons of interest list to turn themselves in.
They say they have six men in custody from the list of five “wanted” and five “persons if interest”. The men still being sought were named and have missed dates from last week for turning themselves in. Police named them following the fatal shooting of seven people in Grange Hill Westmoreland last week Tuesday. In custody are:
- Haldane Hamilton otherwise called ‘Fishy’ of Paul Island district, Grange Hill, who was wanted for murder.
- Jeffery Ramdass otherwise called ‘Boogie’ 30-years-old, of Paul Island district, Grange Hill, who was also wanted for murder.
The Persons of Interest in custody are:
- Cassinero Shields otherwise called ‘Gaza Man’ of Rocky Hole, Burnt Savannah District, Frome.
- Tevin Tomlinson otherwise called ‘Nandy’ of Sterling District, Grange Hill.
- Derval Williams otherwise called ‘Lukie’ of Kings Valley District, Grange Hill.
- Eggerton Gordon otherwise called ‘Jason’ of Church Lincoln District, Grange Hill.
The police are renewing their appeal for the others who were published to hand in themselves immediately. They are: Martin Humes otherwise called ‘Kartel’ of Kings Valley District, Grange Hill, Westmoreland, a person of interest and the following “wanted” men
- Isaiah Perry otherwise called ‘Matthew Perry’ or ‘Cat’ of Kings Valley, Grange Hill, Westmoreland. He is wanted for shooting.
- Richard Hamilton otherwise called ‘Brutus’ or ‘Mad Move’, 23-year-old, of Paul Island district, Grange Hill, Westmoreland. He is of dark complexion, slim build and is wanted for murder and other related incidents in the division.
- Burton Shearer otherwise called ‘Bap’, 49-year-old of Church Lincoln district, Grange Hill,Westmoreland. He is of dark complexion, slim build and 5 feet 11 inches tall. He is wanted for murder.
These wanted men are considered armed and dangerous; as such their whereabouts must be reported to the Police immediately through Crime Stop at 311, 811 or the Police 119 emergency number. Citizens are also being reminded that it is not only an offence to harbour criminals and provide a safe haven for them but it also places the lives of family and friends at increased risks of attack.