Turn yourself in or be hunted ...High Command orders Tesha Miller to report to the police
Turn yourself in or be hunted
... High Command orders Tesha Miller to report to the police
The Police High Command have harden their tone and are now demanding that reputed Clansman gang leader Tesha Miller report to them immediately or be hunted. This, after failing to report to the police at the midday deadline yesterday.
The police have labelled the alleged gang leader as a person of interest since Sunday.
The police claim he can assist with investigations into several murders recorded in Spanish Town and Portmore in St Catherine since his return to the island in April.
Yesterday, Assistant Commissioner of Police Ealan Powell told THE STAR that Miller did not turn up for the midday deadline.
"We are still asking him to report to us as early as possible. We are demanding that he turns himself in. If that is not done then we will have to go searching for him and we don't want to do that," he said.
When asked by our news team if Miller would be granted a grace period, ACP Powell said, "We are not going to put a time line on it. No time line. Come in now. It's urgent, come in now."
According to the Corporate Communications Unit, Miller was designated a person of interest following intensive investigations and intelligence-led operations by senior detectives from the Counter-Terrorism and Organised Crime Investigation Branch (C-TOC), and the Major Investigation Division (MID).
When our news team spoke to Miller's attorney, Bert Samuels, on Monday, he said he was yet to make contact with Miller, but has spoken to some of his family members. He said that he is hopeful that Miller, despite his misgivings about the justice system, will be prepared to sit down with the police.