Lanchester Coke, who had reportedly fled the island after police named him as a murder suspect in the death of reputed gangster Patrick ‘P Boy’ Davis, is now in custody.
Coke, who is otherwise known as Bamma T, had fled the island two months ago but turned himself into the police Monday. Police said Lanchester left the island on March 15 but returned several hours ago.
Meanwhile, Leighton Livity Coke and Christopher ‘Titi Man Coke, brother and son respectively of Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, have been charged with murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
Two other men held in connection with the killing have been identified as David Biggs, otherwise called ‘Alien’, Wayne Peart, otherwise called ‘Ratty’.
The five, along with a woman who has already been charged, are suspects in relation to the abduction and murder of Davis whose gang was said to be in a deadly ongoing feud with gangsters from Tivoli Gardens.
Police said Davis was reportedly lured to a Kingston hotel by a woman and was abducted and his body later found dumped in Rockfort, East Kingston. Eisha Jones, 27, also of Tivoli Gardens, has been charged with murder and conspiracy to murder.
She appeared before the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Thursday and was remanded in custody.
She is scheduled to return to court on May 30.
The body of Davis, otherwise called ‘Pee Boy’ was found in Rockfort, Kingston 2 on Monday, March 12.