Four of St. James’ most dangerous individuals wanted by the police for crimes committed in the parish turned themselves on Monday, February 5.
The four, who were among the most recent list of eight wanted persons, are:
Twenty-one-year-old Tajay Dixon and Fiona Williams, both of Grange Pen, Lilliput, St James, who were wanted for Shooting with Intent. Dixon and Williams surrendered to the police in the company of their attorney.
Timoy Spence and Leon Spence, both of Red Square, Tucker, in St James, who were wanted for Shooting with Intent, were also accompanied by their attorney when they turned themselves in.
The other four individuals of the eight who were admonished by the police to turn themselves in, are still at large. They are: Christopher Boyd, otherwise called ‘Plank’; and Kiran Gowe, wanted for Murder and Shooting with Intent, which occurred along Sunset Boulevard, Montego Bay, St. James on January 16, Christopher Taylor 42-year-old construction worker of Green Heights Meadows, St. James, who is wanted for Indecent Assault and Christopher Vassell, 25-year-old farmer of Tangle River, St. James wanted for Sexual Offences.
The Police are renewing their appeal for all persons named as wanted to turn themselves in to the nearest police station. Anyone knowing their whereabouts is being asked to contact the Montego Bay Criminal Investigation Branch at 953-6191, Crime Stop at 311, or the nearest Police Station or 811.