Clarendon businessman listed as person of interest to surrender to police
Clarendon businessman Keith Osbourne is to surrender to the police this afternoon, a day after he was listed as person of interest.
Osbourne's attorney, Peter Champagnie confirmed this morning that he has made arrangements to have his client turn himself in to the Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime Division at 3 o'clock.
"I wrote to the Deputy Commissioner in charge of crime indicating that my client is willing to come in and cooperate with whatever investigation is being conducted and arrangements were made for him to turn himself in," Champagnie told The Gleaner.
Yesterday the police, through its communications unit, issued a statement indicating that the businessman was a person of interest in the Clarendon Division.
The police said Osbourne is wanted for questioning in relation to a number of serious crimes in Clarendon.
- Livern Barrett