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January 7, 2014
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Detectives urge wanted men to surrender

Detectives attached to the Kingston Eastern Division are reporting that Dwayne Shaw, otherwise called 'Baboo', of Bayshore Park, St Andrew, who was yesterday listed as a person of interest, turned himself in yesterday.

The Kingston East police say arrangements are now being made for him to be questioned in the presence of his attorney.

Meanwhile, the Kingston East police are making a special appeal to Marv 'Indian' McLaughin, of Shooter's Hill, St Andrew, to report to them immediately. Ongoing investigations have revealed that McLaughlin, who was granted bail in St Thomas in relation to a case of murder, has since been implicated in the killing of a man in a church in Bull Bay, St Andrew. He is said to have featured in at least one other recent murder in the Kingston Eastern Division.

The police are also warning McLaughlin's family members and friends that it is an offence to harbour a criminal, and that the full force of the law will be brought to bear on anyone found harbouring any such person.

The deadline for the other men who were listed as persons of interest to turn themselves in has been extended to 5 p.m., Wednesday, January 8. They are:

(All from Shooters Hill, St Andrew)

Kevin Pasley, otherwise called, 'Keke'.

Erron Clarke, otherwise called 'Indian'.

Richard Josephs, otherwise called 'Black Puss'.

Andre Gordon, otherwise called 'Buju'.

Durant Knight, otherwise called 'Blacky', 'Pops' or 'Blacks.

(All from Bayshore Park, St Andrew)

Paul Cassanova, otherwise called 'Pablo'.

A man known only as 'Ants'.

A man known only as 'Rupee'.

A man known only as 'Weedy'.

The police are also reminding anyone with information as to the whereabouts of these persons to contact the Elletson Road police at 928-4200, Crime Stop at 311 or 811, police 119 emergency number or the nearest police station.

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