UPDATE: Deportation delay for alleged gangster Tesha Miller
Today’s planned deportation of alleged Jamaican gang leader Tesha Miller has been delayed.
Miller, who is wanted for questioning by Jamaican law enforcement authorities, was due to be deported from The Bahamas today.
The head of the Criminal Investigation Branch Assistant Commissioner of Police Ealan Powell says Miller, who is believed to be the leader of the Clansman Gang, based in Spanish Town, St Catherine, was held in The Bahamas for illegally entering that country.
IN PHOTO: Ealan Powell
Powell says the authorities there had indicated that Miller would have been deported today.
However, speaking with The Gleaner/Power106 News Centre this afternoon, he said Miller would no longer be returned to Jamaica today.
Powell said the reputed Clansman leader would be returned on a date to be agreed by Jamaican and Bahamian authorities.
He also said Miller will be taken into custody on his return to Jamaica.
Miller has been listed as a person of interest by police investigators probing a number of serious crimes in the Spanish Town area.