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December 11, 2013
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Cops ask wanted men to give up

Mario Duhaney


Kidan Johnson


Kidan Johnson


Michael Headley

The police are renewing the call for several wanted men to turn themselves in immediately. The call is also being renewed for members of the public who may have information as to the whereabouts of the following men to report it immediately.

This latest appeal comes as crime analysed by the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) is indicating that the men who are responsible for many serious crimes, including murders across the country, have been making attempts to kill other persons.

A reward of $100,000 is still available for anyone with information that can lead to the arrest of one or more of these men. The persons are Kidan 'Badfram' Johnson, whose last known addresses are Maxfield Avenue, Kingston 13 and Quarry Heights, Kintyre, in Kingston 6. He is of dark complexion, medium build, about 178 centimetres (5 feet 10 inches) tall and has a scar on his leg. He is wanted for murders, shootings, robberies and extortion, and frequents Portmore, the Quarry Hill, Dallas Lane, Central Village, and Kintyre communities.

Mario 'Killa' Duhaney, whose last known address is Lime Tree Grove, St Catherine. He is of dark complexion, slim build, about 178 centimetres (5 feet 10 inches) tall and has a mole on his nose. He is wanted for murders, shootings and robberies and frequents the Lakes Pen, Dela Vega City and Quarry Hill communities.

Michael Headley, otherwise called 'Dudus' or 'Tony' and 'David', whose last known address is Salt Pond Road, Spanish Town, St Catherine. He is of dark complexion, slim build, about 165 centimetres (5 feet 5 inches) tall, has a scar in the centre of his back and a black spot on his left hand. He is wanted for murders and shootings and frequents the Jones Avenue, March Pen, Dela Vega City and Shelter Rock communities.

In addition, the police are reminding citizens that harbouring wanted persons is a criminal offence, as is benefiting from criminal proceeds. Citizens are urged to do their part in the fight against crime, as someone they know may very well be the next victim of a crime carried out by these individuals.

Do not hesitate to tell the police what you know by contacting Crime Stop at 311, 811 or www.tipsubmit.com, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.

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