Rasbert Turner, Star Writer
Christopher 'Nunu Puss' Miller who was held and later freed for the killing of traffic cop Inspector Lascelles Walsh in 2005, was found dead in Dunbeholden, St Catherine, yesterday.
Police say Nunu Puss, of Upper Regent Street, Denham Town, was found with gunshot and stab wounds to his body. A vehicle he was driving was found burnt out in Portmore.
His death is one of three homicides the St Catherine South police investigated yesterday. About 10:30 a.m. residents of Zambia in Central Village, summoned the police to the community, where the body of Marcel Alexander, 24, a truck driver from Southborough, was found.
Shortly before that the body of an unidentified man was found in Caymanas Bay, just outside Central Village.
The division's operations officer, Deputy Superintendent Clive Blair, said it was while the police were at Caymanas Bay they were called to Dunbeholden where they found Nunu Puss' body.
Police placed Nunu Puss on the most wanted list after Walsh was shot to death as he rode his bike in downtown, Kingston on May 4, 2005. He was held but never charged.