Man wanted for fleecing farmers

Published: Monday | April 22, 2013 Comments 0
Dean Clover Orell Williams
Dean Clover Orell Williams

The police have launched a search for Dean Clover Orell Williams, who is wanted by investigators from the St Thomas Police Division for obtaining credit by fraud after allegedly fleecing farmers in the parish of their produce in late December 2012 and January of this year.

According to a release from the Jamaica Constabulary Force, it has been reported that Williams negotiated with farmers in Rowland's field during the period to purchase a variety of agricultural produce from them at agreed prices.

"As per agreement, the produce was delivered to Williams who is yet to compensate the farmers," the JCF said through it director of communications, Karl Angell. "The estimated value of the produce delivered to Williams is over $4 million."

Williams is of dark complexion, slim build, sports a low haircut and is in his mid-50s.

He is known to frequent Highland Drive, Barrington Drive and Elmswood Terrace, all located in Kingston 19; and 109 Waltham Park Road in Kingston.

Persons knowing Williams' whereabouts or who can assist the police with information are being asked to do so by calling the Morant Bay CIB at 982-1027, Crime Stop at 311, Kingfish at 811, or Police Control at 119.

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